Date of sighting: June 21, 2015
Location of sighting: Hemsby, Norfolk, England
News Source: http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Haverhill-man-takes-best-UFO-picture-taken/story-27457340-detail/story.html#1
Sunset is the most common time of the day that people report UFO sightings. In this sighting the camera caught it, because its digital eye is more perfect than our human eye. During sunset, UFOs cloaks are most vulnerable, due to the position of the sun. This cloak photo show the rays bending around the UFO, but the sunlight comes from the right, not above. This causes the UFO to be visible. SCW
A holiday snap has been hailed the "best UFO picture that's ever been taken". The photograph of a Norfolk sunset was taken by a Haverhill man to use as his screensaver to remind him of his holiday – but his cousin believes he has captured a UFO, possibly carrying intelligent life, and the worm hole from where it came from. The images were released by the cousin Andrew Leach after reading about the £64 million project, backed by Cambridge physicist Prof Stephen Hawking, to search for intelligent life in yesterday's News. Two pictures were taken at Hemsby in Norfolk shortly after 9pm during the summer solstice on June 21.
The photographer, who did not want to be named, said: "I have no idea if it's a UFO or not but I'd like it to be analysed. I wouldn't like to say either way but it's certainly got me thinking." Andrew, from Burwell, believes the picture shows a UFO in front of the sunset with the worm hole it emerged from in the top left of the image. The 46-year-old said: "He was only trying to get a picture of a sunset to use as a screensaver and he got the best UFO picture that's ever been taken." (More at source.)