|Anti-Sun rays over Storfjellet* ("The Big Mountain"), Angvika, Norway
Imaged by Lars Brubęk. "The setting sun was behind me, to the South South West . The shadows were possibly caused by broken or projecting cloud, or the up to 1800 m high peaks between me and the coast.." ©Lars Brubęk, shown with permission.
*Lars comments further: "Looking for a 'Storfjell' (Big Mountain) in Norway is more or less like trying to find one specific straw in a haystack. Many small villages have their own. And they need not be very large, only to look the largest of those close by. Then some clarification regarding Scandinavian grammar, Storfjell = Big mountain. Storfjellet = The big mountain." This particular Storfjell is located on Google Earth here.
Shadows and rays plunge down toward a focus at the anti-sun. They are named 'anti-crepuscular' as though opposing the 'crepusculum' - twilight. 'Anti-solar' portrays their guise with more precision.