The images were taken by my friend, András Zubor on 8 August 2008 in Hörbranz, Austria. Besides the 22° halo, parhelia, upper tangent arc and circumzenith arc, there's a 46° halo present, as well. At such low sun altitude, the 46° halo clearly separates from the circumzenit arc, whereas a supralateral arc would touch it. When the sun is higher up in the sky, it's difficult to tell which one can be seen.
The original and it's unsharp masked version.