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Brian Plonka Does “Sundog”

A “Sundog” appears over the North Idaho sky, June 3. The atmospheric optical phenomena occurs when sunlight is reflected by ice crystals found in cirrus or cirrostratus clouds/Brian Plonka, The Spokesman-Review.

Blogmeister Ken Paulman: It’s a day late and a dollar short, but I’ve got a slideshow of sun dog photos up on the home page. If anyone has any non-Photoshopped pictures they want to submit, send them to me at kenp@spokesman.com. Fame and forture are sure to follow…


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