The photo above shows a jaunty rainbow stretching over a cornfield near Piberbach, Austria. My shadow clearly shows the direction of the antisolar point —
The illusion works because of the “shadow” that falls on the checkerboard. Lets think of the square that the shadow falls on. Now picture that
The photo above showing a singular crepuscular ray stretching across a rosy winter’s dawn was captured from Tacoma, Washington on December 27, 2009. Photographer: Sally
How can the Moon rise through a mountain? It cannot — what was photographed here is a moonrise through the shadow of a large volcano.