This week, Mila Zinkova looked out over the ocean and saw a familiar sight: The statue of Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Which is strange. Because she was standing almost 7000 miles away in San Francisco, California.
Credit image: Mila Zinkova.
“This is actually the Farallon Islands lighthouse west of San Francisco, it was shape-shifted by the Fata Morgana, it was a mirage, says Zinkova.”
In this case, the mirage turned a California lighthouse into a Brazilian statue. “That’s not all,” says Zinkova. “Evidently Fata Morgana was not satisfied with this design because she kept changing it all the time as shown in this video.
Then, a second sun exploded in the same atmospheric duct. At one point it was rectangular.
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