The best time to see them is when the sun is rising or setting in the sky, this one was taken at 5.20pm in the afternoon, so have a look next time the Sun is setting to see if you can see this very pretty phenomenon…and don’t forget to take a picture :-)
The image was taken with a Canon GX7 Mark ll camera with the lens set at 24mm (wide field) exposure time was 1/320th second and ISO200.
Please Note: It’s important to set the lens to the manual setting at (infinity)
because these point and shoot cameras will not be able to auto focus on clouds.
To find out more on how these sunrays are produced please got to the link below:
This is an excellent website created by Les Cowley that has an enormous amount of different atmospheric objects that you can seen in the sky:
~ Keep Looking Up ~
Because you’ll never know what you’ll find up there in our amazing sky :-)