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These are sundogs around the sun. For those of you that live in warmer/tropical areas that don't get cold, I'll try to explain what they are. They are little rainbows that bracket the sun on really cold days. I think it's caused by ice in the air ( http://www.celestialmonochord.org/2005/03/sundogs_and_swe.html) As you can see from my picture, there is almost a full faint circle completely around the sun... which means it was really cold. Temperature was around -25 Celsius (-13F) and then we had a windchill as well which made the -25 feel like -35C (-31F). SO it was a day that we should have stayed inside, but, MIL, SIL and her baby and I went to the city. I took this as two pictures and joined it together with my software. They were taken from inside the van, so there are spots and reflections that show just a bit.


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