UFO Clouds Form Over Ancient Volcano In Russia On June 2013.

Date of sighting: June 2013
Location of sighting: Kamchatkra Peninsula, Russia

If you still do not understand why I say this is a cloud, please click here for the reason.  UFOs are often seen around and entering volcanos around the world. If you live near a volcano, set up a cam and point it 24/7 at the volcano and prove me wrong. Just last week was had video of a glowing UFO entering a Mexican volcano notorious for its sightings. Logic dictates that there are only two ways to hide a UFO when in plain sight. One cloak it (ie bend light around it). Two create clouds to hide in. My sighting back in the USAF involved foo fighters (about 25) that made 4 long cloud tunnels across a sunny blue sky. That day the UFOs made those tunnel clouds to travel through. Thousands of people saw them glowing and moving though those tunnel clouds. The use clouds to hide from us. SCW

News states:
The impressive series of pictures taken by photographer, Denis Budkov, 33, show formations over Klyuchevskaya Sopka, the highest mountain of the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia.
As a keen photographer, Denis said he loved nothing more than to capture the natural beauty of his home land of Kamchatka.
He said: 'These clouds are very special as they do not move, they stay in one place and it's only their shape that changes.
'There needs to be at least two factors for these clouds to appear, a very strong wind and a very high object, so Klyuchevskaya Sopka is a perfect place to find lenticular clouds.
'Kamchatka is a very special and beautiful land. 
'With every new day I seem to discover more areas of natural beauty that I didn't even know existed.
'I was born and raised in Kamchatka, the so called 'land of fire breathing mountains' and there is nowhere else like it on Earth. 
You can walk to the top of a volcano, find the Pacific Ocean by following the mountain rivers and see the first sunrise over all of Russia.'

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