Crepuscular rays are alternating light and dark sun rays streaming through gaps in clouds. They appear to fan out from the Sun's position, although they are actually parallel (like the apparent converging of railroad tracks when you look down a long straight track), and arise when clouds cast shadows on to the atmosphere.
When the sun is low, towards twilight (from which the rays derive their name) the light rays often appear reddish, whereas the dark shadows have a green tinge.
Crepuscular...that is the correct word, but for me, it looks like a painting, and a very heavenly one too. When I mentioned the word, "crepuscular", Richard told me that it is a French word for dusk. Mais oui! C'est vrai! All I know for sure is that this is beautiful in any language.
We are having problems with our computer and I am typing this on another computer which I can barely see. So, forgive me because I am not able to read all your lovely blogs and leave comments. This has taken me much longer than normal just to type these few words. Hopefully, within FIVE days, we will get what we need so that I will be able to be on my blog again.