Afternoon Sundogs

Lower level cloud is usually the biggest obstacle to seeing halo effects in this climate. On dry summer days with light cirrus it is always worth checking the sky.

A bright sundog emphasises the mottled cirrus that formed it and the whitish tail is quite obvious.

Here the cirrus is more streaky and the vertical extent of the sundog is greater.

A weak sundog came and went as these great swirls of cirrus moved through.

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