On January 16, 2009 MacGyver took this interesting photo of sundogs in Chicago, IL. What is that pink ball and arc near the sun? It looks 3 dimensional. Is it a camera flare? Some other mechanical anomaly? Or maybe it’s an energy orb? WOW! You can see a larger version at Weather.com.
So many wonderful gifts from Creator. Space Weather has photos of diamond dust ice halos and/or sundogs from 6 different photographers today (January 17, 2009). Plus the Weather Channel featured one on it’s home page. Baby it’s cold outside!
Chris Haws from Faribault, MN captured another Creator’s Wheel (ice halo and sundogs)January 13, 2009. He says, “It was a very cold morning, -20 degrees F, with a fine mist of ice crystals floating in the air,” he says. “The sundogs were magnificent, truly almost false suns.” Awesome!
Mark D. Marquette from Boones Creek, TN took the photo left of ‘Frozen Flora’ on January 13, 2009. He says, “A Tuesday morning fog and 21 degree temperatures caused some of the atmosphere to freeze out, as water vapor took icy form in East Tennessee. The Sun burned off the beautiful scene by 11 am–and I sure am grateful I can set my own work hours! I enjoyed capturing this rare sight in Dixie.” How beautiful! I’ve never seen frozen fog before.