Sundogs And Halo
Taken by Michail Anastasiou on June 13, 2014 @ The Rainbow bar was very bright and with high contrast. Photo taken from the cockpit 40 miles south of Singapore at 20,000ft. Camera Panasonic TZ20, f/6.3, 1/1600, 100 ASA
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The Rainbow bar was very bright and with high contrast. Camera Panasonic TZ20, f/6.3, 1/1600, 100 ASA
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Hate to burst everyones bubble, but these are caused by the metallic material(s) in chem trails. It may be pretty, but it is pretty for the same reason a sunset is pretty/colorful: it is man-made air pollution.

You can tell they are chem trails because the chem trail planes fly much higher than commercial flights and have a distinctive, metallic look.
Posted by ltparsons 2014-06-19 17:52:36
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