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  • Sun 'halo' above Bridgend

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Photos taken in Bridgend of a rare phenomenon event called a Sun Halo. Sun halos are generally considered rare and are formed by hexagonal ice crystals refracting light in the sky — 22 degrees from the sun. This is also commonly called a 22 degree halo. The prism effect is such that the rainbow colours go from red on the inside to violet on the outside.

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