Sunday, March 29, 2009


Two days in a row, two "chembows".
Sun dogs appear when it's real cold, and are seen as a colourful ring around the sun. This one is way off to the right of the sun, not encircling it like the one I captured yesterday
The temperature today was nine degrees Celsius or forty eight degrees Fahrenheit.
Yesterday it was twelve Celsius/fifty three Fahrenheit. Not exactly ideal conditions for sun dogs.

By the time I grabbed my camera, it was already starting to fade, but here it is.

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  1. We can see it here in Croatia, Europe...on spraying days...terrible

  2. @Anonymous
    Yes it's a shame what they are doing to our planet.