Cool black ring in Sky over San Antonio.

BigSmooth

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Whoa, that's cool! If it was an explosion, though, what exploded that would create a plume and ring of smoke? :confused:
 

vetteguy

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Nothing like a weird weather phenomena captured with a crappy digital camera. Where was the updated headline that reads: "Weather officials later discovered that the halo effect was in fact caused by an unusual 'MSPAINT.exe' computer virus when the owner attempted to circle what he believed to be a UFO in the distance."
 

Rogue

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What if it's just a single rain drop on the lens of the camera? It certainly looks like it could be to me. Maybe I'm not looking close enough though.
 

WinkOsmosis

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Originally posted by: Rogue
What if it's just a single rain drop on the lens of the camera? It certainly looks like it could be to me. Maybe I'm not looking close enough though.
Yes, I'm sure a raindrop on a camera lens caused people all over San Antonio to see a ring in the sky..
 

notfred

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Originally posted by: WinkOsmosis
Originally posted by: Rogue
What if it's just a single rain drop on the lens of the camera? It certainly looks like it could be to me. Maybe I'm not looking close enough though.
Yes, I'm sure a raindrop on a camera lens caused people all over San Antonio to see a ring in the sky..
Yeah, and a raindrop on the camera lens caused the phtographer to go get his camera out of the house, where it was being rained on, and take a picture of nothing in the sky.
 

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