Photographer's Note

Some events leads us to always be thinking about with our cameras in hand. Leaving the University of Brasilia around noon, I noticed that many eyes pointed at the sun as I looked up and immediately regretted not having the necessary equipment to record the time, especially my wide angle lens. Well, could only use the phone to take a picture of the weather phenomenon, which immediately caused a cut half the picture.
After reading the newspaper, I learned that the phenomenon is caused by ice formation in upper layers of the atmosphere and thus sunlight, passing through the discrete layer of ice on the refraction of its light, causing the beautiful effect of a "rainbow "circular. Two lessons: 1 Nature is a show. 2 Never forget your equipment at home.

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