Category:Crepuscular rays

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Deutsch: Strahlenbüschel oder Wolkenstrahlen
English: Crepuscular rays, also known as sun rays, God's rays, Jacob's ladder, Jesus beams, or the Fingers of God, are rays of sunlight that appear to radiate from the point in the sky where the Sun is.
Français : Les rayons crépusculaires sont des rayons de la lumière solaire qui semblent provenir d'un unique point dans le ciel, en fait du Soleil lui-même. Ils sont aussi appelés Échelle de Jacob, ou Pied-de-vent (aux Îles-de-la-Madeleine, Québec).

See also category: Volumetric lighting. on Category:3D rendering.

Nederlands: Wolkenstralen, zonneharpen, jakobsladders, schemeringsstralen of crepusculaire stralen zijn benamingen voor een lichteffect dat zich kan voordoen wanneer zonlicht valt op een laag die slechts op enkele plaatsen lichtdoorlatend is. Daardoor kunnen contrastrijke lichtbundels ontstaan.
crepuscular ray 
rays of sunlight that appear to radiate from the point in the sky where the sun is located
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