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Sundogs After Sunrise

Wednesday, February 05, 2014

It was cold on the way to the blood drive today. On the way, we saw double sundogs on either side of the sun. I took some photos and a short video with my phone. They aren't just wonderful (lots of better ones uploaded to Twitter and Instsgram.).

(deleted second photo - it was essentially a duplicate.).

I have a video to upload later when I'm on wifi.

They are kinda rare - at least in Kansas.


(later - apparently the video on my phone can not be uploaded from my iphone - the page I get for video uploads when on my iphone does not include the requested title and description form for me to enter, the way it does on my PC - but the video is not on my PC - it's on my phone! And I hate syncing iDevices!!! So not sure how that will work out.).

And here's the link to the MUCH BETTER photo of sundog taken yesterday morning in Salina, KS - was posted on Twitter. I'm about two hours drive south of Salina.
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  • LINDA!
    I saw some here in Florida last year. But is rare that you see them. Great pictures.
    1535 days ago
    I didn't know that's what they were called. emoticon I live on the 4th floor of my apartment complex and every so often I see them and now I know what to call them. emoticon for sharing. emoticon
    1537 days ago
    Cool I never knew about Sun Dogs
    1538 days ago
    I never heard of or seen a sundog. Now I have to look them up. Great photos.

    Just have to love nature. Here is a webpage explaining them. They are ice crystal reflections.
    1538 days ago

    Comment edited on: 2/6/2014 2:16:27 AM
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    1538 days ago
    Nice! Never heard of sun dogs! Thanks for sharing.,
    1538 days ago
    Very pretty! Thanks for sharing.
    1538 days ago
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