These rings, or halos around the Moon are caused by sunlight reflecting off the Moon then striking ice crystals high in the Earth's atmosphere, where it is refracted into a 22 degree halo. These ice crystals are usually in very high cirrus clouds, around 20,000 feet above our heads.
- Camera: Canon 4Ti
- Lens: Canon 10-22mm f/3.5 (set at 10mm f/3.5)
- Exposure: 8 seconds
- ISO: 200