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Oct 16, 2008 15:24 |  #1

The last two rows of beans just before the combine finished the field with some rather vivid sun-dogs in the sky. The best I could do in the rush to beat the combine before it could remove half of the shot.

Camera 5D, ISO 100, TV 1/20sec., AV 22, Lens 24-70mm @ 30mm, two GND's stacked upside down just down to the horizon


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Oct 16, 2008 15:42 |  #2

Nice shot, are those color patches on either side of the sun from ice crystals or what?




  
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Oct 16, 2008 16:02 |  #3

bob29 wrote in post #6507992 (external link)
Nice shot, are those color patches on either side of the sun from ice crystals or what?

Correct. Sun Dogs or more properly Parhelia, results from the sun refracted by the ice crystals in the clouds. A web-search of parhelia will find you sites that can give more detailed description of the physics of it.




  
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