The atmospheric effect enveloped the sun with a corona known as a Halos are a sign of thin cirrus clouds drifting feet (four miles) overhead. They form as sunlight is refracted in millions of hexagonal ice crystals.
Love these things about Winter: a warm fire, wool socks, a glass of mulled cider or wine and reading a good book. Add to all that a cat on your lap and a dog asleep in front of the fire and you have the definition of happiness.
Gorgeous Macro Photographs of Dew-Soaked Dandelions. By UK photographer Sharon Johnstone. Such a perfect mix of light and water, they almost look like candy. See many more images in her macro galleries. (via daily art fixx)