A sun dog is seen in the sky Wednesday above Highway 40 near Willmar. Sun dogs, according to online sources, are often seen during extremely cold weather and are formed by the sun reflecting off ice crystals, known as diamond dust, drifting in the air at a low level. Tribune photo by Ron Adams
Winter at its most serene
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