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Saturday, 31 October 2015

Sundog spotted over Halsall Moss on 28 October 2015

I was lucky enough to get a brief chance to photograph this one at the local canal.

A sun dog or sundog (also called a parhelion, plural parhelia, for "beside the sun" or mock sun) is a specific type of ice halo. It is a coloured area of light to the side of the sun. 

Sundogs can be seen anywhere in the world during any season.

In Europe or USA they might be seen 1-2 times per week, but they are not always discernibly intense. However, this one was a real little beauty. 

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Autumn leaves and reflections on the water, close to where the latest sundog was witnessed.

More sundogs at play…

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