This photo is taken by a close friend of me and I personally find it very very interesting. Not of the long straight line at sea-level or the very flat horizon, but it is because of the sun. The sky is clear, you see an aircraft pass-by with a real void air-plain streak and not some chem-trails. So a real clear sky! But the most important thing you see is the sun. Normally when you see the sun, it should be round. But in this photo it doesn't has this shape. When you look at the water-level it shows us that it is no-time-laps-photo and the camera hasn't moved. What is causing this shape of the sun and what might be an explanation for this?
Explaining the stretched sun!
Are there two suns?
Additional proof Sky Cam Hong Kong
Additional proof Australia Jandakot Airport
Source photo: S. Zijlstra 9 april 2017, Akkrum, Netherlands.
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