Ok....firstly, thank you to the one or two people that actualy giving me some credit and not treat me like an idiot that's never stepped outside a
I'm 42, not 3, i live in the New Forest down in rural England so i'm not some "city folk" that doesn't understand things in the countryside nor
have i always lived in the forest so much that i'd be sat here playing duelling banjos and wondering what the moon is.
I've lived in cities, in forests all round the world, done many things in my time and have more than an ounce of common sense and intellengence. I'm
It's not lens flare! When three people go outside, look up, without a camera and see a massive hole in the cloud cover....that's not lens flare!
There was no halo round the moon either.
Best way i can describe this.....imagine the whole night sky was covered in light grey cloud. You can't see any of the black night sky due to cloud.
Now imagine not just a break in the clouds where you can suddenly see the moon and stars, but a massive perfect circular hole in the cloud, miles
wide. The blanket of cloud didn't look majorly high either, this is what made it so weird looking. You could physicaly see the cloud had a circular
hole in it.
If that picture had been better, and more true to what i saw when i looked up, everything outside the "halo" would have been grey/white actualy
Just to add, it's morning now as i write this reply, but i went back out a couple of hours later and the clouds had broken and dispersed like a
regular cloudy night.
It wasn't a hole in the atmosphere, it was most definitely in the clouds.
Can't explain it any better than that
Thanks again to those who didn't take the piss, luckily i've been here ten years, am thick skinned and know what this place can be like at times,
but i can see why so many people up and leave after thier first post.