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Ringkoebing Harbour
Denmark

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Halo (light effect)

Halo (Halo of the singular; plural halos or halons) is a collective term for light effects of atmospheric optics, caused by reflection and refraction of light by ice crystals.

Depending on the size and orientation of the ice crystals and the angle at which the light hits the crystals, resulting in different places of the sky sometimes whitish, partly colored circles, arches, columns or light spots.

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