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Never saw one before,
Beauty in cloud
6th Nov 2007, 21:51   | tags:,

Dhamaka says:

looks like a sun bee to me

6th Nov 2007, 22:21

minkey says:

:-) looked like a flying thing to me as well but my expert ;-) told me it was called a sun dog (and wasn't a perfect one as well)

6th Nov 2007, 22:37

mara says:

a rabbit for me, look the ears!

6th Nov 2007, 22:40

and the tail, definitely a sun rabbit!

6th Nov 2007, 23:20

Jane Doe says:

From the thumbnail, I thought it was a drowned rabbit. So glad it's not!
I've beeen noticing more and more of those mini-rainbows, Interesting to learn what they're called. Thanks for enlightening me : )

6th Nov 2007, 23:35

JokerXL says:

Yup, I go for sun-rabbit too.
Nice catch!

7th Nov 2007, 05:59

Dhamaka says:

I'm sure your expert is right - and it is good to know what it's supposed to be called - but today it looks like an evil cloud insect to me

7th Nov 2007, 07:56

harimanjaro says:

I don't know about being an expert... I'd just read a book on clouds, that's all! More about sundogs here. Shame they don't always appear in a rabbit- (or bee-) shaped cloud.

7th Nov 2007, 11:18

minkey says:

Well it made a nice walk even more interesting and I was glad that Hari knew what it was :-)
D: evil insect associated with rainbow...makes it a good one :-)

7th Nov 2007, 12:13

Dhamaka says:

:)
so they're fairies on the ground and transform into sundogs in the air... Sounds like they have a worse time than werewolves!

7th Nov 2007, 18:04

Tiffany says:

Those are chem trail clouds, they are dumped from plains for unknown reasons, though many suspect it is for weather changing and to spread disease and chemical warfare from our government

24th Feb 2009, 22:17

harimanjaro says:

Spot the loony!

24th Feb 2009, 22:39

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