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Fire Rainbow - Absolutely Amazing! | Photo by David England

A circumhorizontal arc, often called a fire rainbow, is an optical phenomenon in which an ice halo forms by hexagonal, plate-shaped ice crystals in high level cirrus clouds. The halo is so large that.

Fire Rainbow

'Fire rainbows' are a rare phenomenon that only occur when the Sun is higher than above the horizon and its light passes through cirrus clouds made of ice crystals!

RunningwScissorsStamper: FM187 Weather Inspiration

The northern lights of Alaska . I hope to see this one day . could the sky be any more lovely? Top of my bucket list!

Iceland March 2015

photo Skarphéðinn Þráinsson: Erupting Icecap at the Glacier Lagoon south-east Iceland. 2013 (photographer comments " It's like the aurora is erupting from the ice cap and stratovolcano Öræfajökull.

Party Monster

in those days, when the old gods still held sway over the hearts and minds of all." - An Imagined Shetland Folklore

Das Phänomen, genannt "Sun Dog ein""," geschieht, wenn die Eiskristalle in den Wolken erscheinen und die Sonnenstrahlen brechen. ,

Beautiful 'Fire rainbows' are a rare phenomenon that only occur when the Sun is higher than above the horizon and its light passes through cirrus clouds made of ice crystals.

Sky Show

Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition. The gorgeous green and red lights cast by the Aurora Borealis dazzle as they reflect off the water, creating a beautiful wall of color over Hogtuva Mountain in Norway.

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