posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 10:17 AM
Best UFO picture is quite a bold statement.
(Good to know a fellow ATS'er here in Nottingham.)
To be fair and critic regarding the image, It no more defined above any other image floating around the internet.
In the article from The Sun online it states
Yesterday DC Gary Heseltine, 48, said: “It’s a very intriguing photograph that was taken purely by chance.
Which explains the photographing of a UFO was an accident and therefore was not the purpose of the photo...which means she was taking a picture of
Yet the photograph has no landmarks, buildings, scenery that is worthy to take a take a picture of.
The camera is held at 90degrees so the image is longer in height than width - which is something we all do when we wish to take a picture for example
a tree, building, person or monument. Which is perfectly understandable. if there was such an "something" in the photograph, of which there isn't.
It is a cityscape at gone twilight - which maybe you would take a picture of, then if that is the case surely you would hold you camera width ways to
encompass more of the view...
Further to DC Heseltine comments again posted in the published article online
“If it’s genuine then it could be one of the most convincing pieces of evidence about aliens from the UK ever.”
the UK? You just have to smile and giggle amongst yourselves.