Tibetan Halo by Alan Millar - The particularly colorful halo featured above was snapped at Yamdrok Tso Lake, Tibet on October 29, 2011. This is a 22-degree halo -- the radius of the inner ring to the Sun. It's the most frequently observed of the circular halos. Randomly oriented, hexagonal ice crystals in cirrus clouds are responsible for its formation
The photo above featuring an impressive primary rainbow, secondary rainbow and supernumerary bows was captured over the New Forest Observatories near Brockenhurst, England, about an hour before sunset on July 26, 2015
Standing 916 ft (279 m) tall and hundreds of feet higher than any nearby structure, the Eiffel Tower is one of the most prominent manmade objects on Earth. The top photo shows lightning almost wrapping around the tower. The Eiffel Lightning Rod from epod.