Do you know the sun can be evil too? Here is a picture a famous photographer who managed to take a wonderful shot of the sunrise.
This is a lifetime picture.
The sun appeared to rise in a gigantic manner on a solar eclipse day. It looked like two giant celestial horns. It was seen appearing from the Persian Gulf.
This is one of the rarest things to witness in life. What could be the reasons behind this shape of the sun? it might also be possible that the moon partially obscured the sun. It is only possible during the solar eclipse. The sun looked deep red at that time.
The photographer, Elias Chasiotis stood at the right place at the right time. Fortunately, he was holding his camera on the right angle, too. It looked like this picture was meant to be taken.
Elias claimed that he had planned to click eclipse as soon as possible. Guess what? His day was not meant to click the only eclipse but way more than that. This lifetime shot made his life more worthwhile.
Let’s talk about the combination of eclipse =. The combination and the light refracting mirage also affects the surface of the ocean. This helped him to take even more haunted and impressive picture. The picture looked more interesting.
The light refracting mirage effect is also known as Fata Morgana. It is only visible when the light bends after passing through layers of air. This is possible during the different set of temperatures.
For the matter of fact, light does not actually bend but it looks like it in the picture. This makes it more interesting.
Elias also mentioned that he was expecting optical effects to also appear so that he could capture them as well. He also continued that he had a fear that what is the eclipse did not turn out to be useful enough to click.
It is almost next to impossible to be as lucky as Elias. This photo will be remembered for a lifetime.
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