Coming from work, I quoted the upper convex Parry visible in the sky, so I had to stop on the straight river of the Ilmajoki Alajoki (although "only" a cell phone was included).
There was also a slight sun pillar in the pictures, so I checked it too.
It was difficult to assess the location of the ice crystals that caused the halos, because there was no clear ice mist in the air, but because there was clearly visible ice mist in some places in Seinäjoki, I assume that it was the cause here as well.
Another image is black and white negative (other conventional means didn’t really do this batch). The third image was taken near the center of Ilmajoki four minutes later from the beginning of the observation.
As the final USM version of the third image, here Parry and the Sun Pillar appear more clearly.
This is how this year's halo season started ...