posted on Mar, 7 2008 @ 12:38 PM
I looked at the sun through some Revo sunglasses which are made of some super duper UV filtering glass. Not for long, though. And, yes, it looked dark
like that. So I just held up my camera and snapped away. I don't know if this is typical of a sun halo or not but I'm guessing the "particulates"
in the air certainly affected the density (if that's the right word) and reflectivity and any other meteorological word that applies. Ice crystals,
aluminum, barium, all reflective, I believe, and, yes, normal (unfortunately) pollutants (smog) here in L.A.
Plus there was the rainbow-ish effect on the rim of the halo. And then the added bonus of the chemtrails, that big fatty DNA-ish monster. And then it
turns out that my pic was "super-sized" ,as Lee pointed out a silver orb. Phew! That enlargement I'll post later when I figure out this iphoto
program on my Mac.