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Top: Rare display of pyramidal ice crystal halos in Tampere, Finland, on 5 June 2008. The image has been slightly contrast enhanced. For details, see the paper by Luomanen, pp. H199-H202. Bottom: Nearly complete primary and secondary rainbows photographed with a fisheye lens on 17 August 2000 near sunset from the weather station at the summit of Mount Wendelstein, Bavaria; the Wendelstein Observatory is visible in the foreground. Photograph courtesy of Claudia Hinz.
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