Well, we've got another "second sun" photo to pick apart. If you're stranger to these photos, read up on the whole Planet X stuff.
A resident of the tiny Texas town of Roxton took a photo of the setting sun (I assume, I suppose this could be the moon, too!) as it had a beautiful line of light cutting across it. After viewing the photo later, the photographer noticed an object sitting right next to the sun. There is a halo around both the sun and the "UFO," implying some sort of lens flair or distortion. However, it's worth noting that I've seen this phenomenon with my own two eyes, and people claim to be seeing this more frequently than ever before:
Here's the story behind the photo, submitted to CNN's iReport:
Took this while throwing a paper route in Roxton, Texas. The line cutting through the top of the cloud is why I took the pic. Didn't notice until I reviewed the pic today that I had captured something cutting through the bottom of the same cloud. Who knows... Sent from Yahoo! Mail on Android
Normal natural phenomenon, camera distortion, or UFO? Share your theories in the comments!