In this part of Florida, overcast days are rare, and when they do occur, the overcast doesn't necessarily last throughout. Yesterday was one of those, and in the late afternoon, the cloud cover broke up and patches of open sky appeared. But, what is memorable happened after this photograph was made. I was driving west on the two lane road that would take me to the interstate. Suddenly I saw two suns, each of the same brightness, and on the same horizontal plane. I almost drove off the road. As I don't use an iphone, nor carry a digital point-and-shoot, there was no reason to stop and make a record of it. After a few moments, the 'false' sun began to fade and become a prismatic display of rainbow colors. And, just a bit later, it was gone for good. Reading up on line about "two suns", there were many photographs of the phenomenon, but other than to observe that they are a function of refracted light in certain clouds, little is understood about their genesis. And, apparently, the horizontal version is extremely rare. I was really lucky, though I can't prove it! LOL!!