Visibility III / V
The pillar yachts the night before gave impetus to the same eye session to wait for the halo-clear morning rise. Yes, it was worth it, namely, I don't even remember seeing such bright and vivid ice mist suns!
The northern shore of Tampere's Pyhäjärvi is a great place to watch the winter sunrises and sunsets. In this case, it still happened that on the last day, the molten lake produced plenty of evaporating mist, which probably contributed to the low-flickering ice mist.
In the case of this observation, I self-consciously checked the ‘rare halos’ tag based on (possible) subpage suns. Now, I would like to ask how to distinguish the side sun reflected from the surface of a lake (or floating ice) from the side sun, especially in a case like this, where bright side suns would probably cause a reflection (as I suspect has happened here)? ... And if it weren’t for the sub-side sun based on the flow of light, would it be ‘technically’ a pillar of the side sun if it were reflected from the ice sheet? :)
Be that as it may, the sub-suns and the lower sun may have been marked with an overly sensitive identification finger and I would like a corrective comment on my reflections.
Youtube link to a wider winter-themed observation video that, in addition to this observation, features cool ice fogs and phenomena in early December: