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Found 5 results

  1. Nominated by Anthony. Chosen by afx. Original Thread POTW Thread

    © Marco Lanciani

  2. Solar halo. D7000 14·24mm 2.8 • 1/8000" 5.6 100 ISO The Halo is quite large: its diameter is 44°. One need at least a 20mm lens on FX format. The presence of ice crystals in the atmosphere makes it visible and it's fairly easy to spot. A veiled sky or cirrus clouds in the sky is the typical scenario. Update: What looked like a sun pillar must be some in-camera reflection: changing lens is still there but eventually I've taken some shot rotating the camera and the "light beam" from the sun rotates too.
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