idyllic winter scene was pictured by Angel Langmuir at Collingwood
The red edged 22° halo, the sundog and the sun itself are cut
through by the parhelic circle.
The parhelic circle is almost colourless and for that reason is often not easy
to distinguish from cloud. In its complete form it is a huge halo that circles
the sky at the same height as the sun. Although it appears of simple form,
more ray paths go into its formation than any other halo.
22 degree halo
Image ©Angel Langmuir , shown