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Full-on picture, Patrick!
Feels like being hypnotised! Not good to stare directly at it for too long, as you could get sore or tired eyes, even a chance of early blindness! Interesting how white light that we see is made up of rainbow colours when it is split by the air. The same think happens when the sun shines on the rain-drop particles of a rain storm and the air splits up the light into rainbow colours.
From Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia
Feels like I am being hypnotised by the picture when I look at it! Not a good idea to stare at the sun too long, as it is too bright for our eyes and could cause early blindness and tiredness. Interesting how white light is split-up into rainbow colours when it hits the air. Same thing happens during a rain-storm, when the white light from the sun shines on the rain droplets and the light is split up into rainbow colours. From Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia
Thanks Rebecca. Coronas are my favorite optical phenomena to photograph. I am fortunate to live near the foothills of the Rocky Mountains where I see colorful corona frequently.
Such a beautiful, tranquil, calm morning picture, Barbara! The mid-level mackerel-sky and vast, blue skies define a perfect sunny day. Looking out to the horizon beyond the dark, monochrome-coloured forest in the foreground, one can see the beautiful, snow-covered swiss mountains floating above the mist-covered valleys, which stretch off into the distance. The mist in the valleys creates a lake-like effect, where the lake curves around the mountains almost like a deep-water fjord from Norway or New Zealand. From Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia
Really interesting picture of mid-level altocumulus clouds from a very different, artistic perspective! Looks like you are looking through a prism telescope than can show up the many different amazing rainbow colours white light is made up of as the sun shines on the lens at the end. Be careful looking directly at the sun! From Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia
It’s the magic of drops and ice crystals in the right place at the right time … always aware that looking directly at the Sun is dangerous, I always say it when I talk about people to heaven ..