posted on Mar, 8 2016 @ 10:22 AM
While visiting family in Deerfield Beach, Florida last week I noticed an interesting cloud formation in the sky as I sat outside talking on my cell
phone. I snapped a picture of it, and as you will see, it resembles an angel, which I thought was rather pretty.
The clouds quickly dispersed and when I looked up again, I saw a small, round-ish object floating quickly but steadily across the sky. Now I realize
this could be a satellite or any number of things, but I managed to get a few pictures of it anyway. It's so high in the sky that I doubted it was
an airplane. I watched it make its way across the sky and then just as suddenly it disappeared.
It looked bigger with the naked eye than it does on my iphone. I realize these pics get zero points for clarity, and when you make them bigger they
become unfocused. I was trying to zoom into the object while photographing it.
But give me points for seeing something in the sky and taking a picture of it! Too often, we get these stories from folks who, for inexplicable
reasons, don't snap a photo at that most opportune of moments.
BTW, it wasn't a bug on the lens. I watched it with the naked eye for a good thirty seconds before I took pictures of it.
Here is the pic magnified by zooming in on it.
Here are two pics of it in the sky... It's so tiny on the iphone..
And here's the cool cloud formation just for the fun of it.
Sorry it was loaded sideways.