Look at these mystifying sun dogs surrounding the sun in Galo, Belarus.
They form like a giant eye in the sky. Eerie.
Photographer Yury Shevtsov was lucky enough to catch this eerie three suns phenomenon in the sky of his city, Galo.
On January 3, 2016, eerie sun dogs appeared around the sun.
The mysterious parhelia are linked together by a luminous ring known as a 22° halo creating a giant eye in the sky.
Sun dogs are a member of a large family of halos, created by light interacting with ice crystals in the atmosphere.
Sun dogs typically appear as two subtly colored patches of light to the left and right of the Sun, approximately 22° distant and at the same elevation above the horizon as the Sun.
They can be seen anywhere in the world during any season, but they are not always obvious or bright.
This video features the three suns phenomenon over Bolshereche, Russia on January 4, 2016:
Sun dogs are best seen and are most conspicuous when the Sun is close to the horizon and when it is very cold. It was -17°C in Galo on January 3, 2016.