Visibility IV / V
I still found a halo daughter for the last day while hunting for a hobby. A subtle side sun (Figure 1). The debris in front of the halo is revealed in a bird-bound version (Figure 2).
Immediately afterwards, I noticed a pillar at the Sun, which I had time to think of as a reflection field sun in my emergency ends (Fig. 3). But I don't know. A stricter delineation (Figure 4) shows a sharper "stripping-like" as in many cases of reflection-aa, but perhaps the pillar of habit can be delimited by approx. On the other hand, the Sun disk is visible across its entire width, the phenomenon is still limited to less than the width of the Sun ...?
On the other hand, a few minutes & miles later I saw the cloud / brown rays of the fan, so can that be a lonely ray too? The beam stub is actually seen in the triangle image on the left, born at a different point than this questionable shore. And at times looking different.
Would that lower edge of the Aurigo, which peeks behind the cloud, be enough to cause direct illumination of the pillar / beam at that point?
Yes, there are no very suitable water bodies either. (Map spot placed accurately, Sun direction az 308. Adjacent Kymijoki too close to be a possible reflector).
What about this distress now is not even an ordinary pillar. Too bad there wasn’t really a chance to dig deeper.
EDIT: Well, maybe there's a suitable body of water after all. I used to look too far from the west, but when I took bearing 308, there is a lake 23 miles away. I added the map to the fifth image. What jury inch, would that be possible?