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Halo  by Telepfenion Halo  by Telepfenion
Taken 6. 1. 2013

Original shot of 22 degree halo. Not best of shots but one truly focused on it instead having more scenery in the picture. Barely visible and direction of Sun made me really hard to even see it in first place, not speaking to aim for it with camera.

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:iconkaamosrutto:
Maailmanloppu horisontissa!
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:icontelepfenion:
Nah. No reason to worry. It is just another Sun... (which might be pretty good reason to worry. xD)
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Midnightwolf13 Jan 6, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
That's cool. It the most warm colored rainbow I've ever seen!
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:icontelepfenion:
Hih. Clad you liked, although I learned it is actually 22 degree's halo and not actual rainbow. But it would have been first rainbow for me to ever seen during winter time so Winter Rainbow is just fine for me. n.n
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Midnightwolf13 Jan 7, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Oops. ^^; My bad. I just learned something new about halos though! A Winter Rainbow it is then. :)
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:icontelepfenion:
*nods* It is interesting what all the nature and internet can teach you if you check and combine both. ^^
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Midnightwolf13 Jan 7, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Very true, though not all that's on the internet is true.
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:icontelepfenion:
*nods* But you would be pretty lucky if you would manage to witness and record natural phenomena that nobody has already collected scientifically researched data... So odds that one can actually find accurate information is pretty high in such cases. Of course reliable sources are the key element.
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Midnightwolf13 Jan 7, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Man! That would be awesome! Also, if you could repeat the phenomena, again and again, then you would have amazing backing to what you found.
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:icontelepfenion:
Hih. ^^ It would need laboratory as gathering all elements present in wilderness would be quite... tricky.
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