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Halo in Thin Cirrostratus (clouds rainbow Spring sky trees ). Photo by walcek

Halo in Thin Cirrostratus

Uploaded by: walcek

Saturday May 18, 2013

Latham, NY (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: I looked up while mowing this morning: A beautiful 22 degree halo! Probably visible over most of eastern upstate NY.

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About walcek

walcek

Photography has always been a hobby since I saved up babysitting and lawn-mowing earnings for my first SLR back in the 70s as a young kid. I like the random, beautiful things that most overlook in today's hectic pace.

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