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An avid atmospheric optics photographer, Pitan Singhasaneh has recently started experimenting with time lapse halo photography. Even though the displays are not special, the cloud movement and changes in halos create its own kind of magic. Pitan's videos are available at his Time-lapsed Photogaphy site ( 1 ). The photo above is from one of these displays, showing a 9° halo. If you like to see how halos in general look in the tropical climate of Thailand, see Pitan's photos from 2008 and 2009 ( 2 - 3 ).
Nice experiment with time lapse. Just think I did a frame by frame time lapse os the great elliptical halo display last year
It has been raining everyday in Bangkok, mostly in the afternoon or in the evening. Fainted solar halo can be observed every morning from my bedroom window facing directly east.
I am having problem with the web server. After the problem is solved, there will be more movies to view.
Sounds like what I had in Philippines Siquijor island. Got 50 days of halos in a row, plus moon halos. You could probably reach the same, and even more. Of course, I was not working then, just vacationing.
The web server is back to normal again, thanks god.
But the link of the time-lapse is now changed to :