Second Sun Solar Lens Flares is about photos with spectacular solar-related lens flares that looks like a second Sun or a planet near our Sun. I will show you evidence that it is not an extra second Sun, Planet X or Nibiru but Lens Flares caused by unwanted sunlight bouncing around in the lens optics. Read on and see the beautiful solar lens flare photos below.
In the photo above you have the real Sun on your left and the “second Sun” lens flare on your right.
Second Sun solar lens flares not Planet X or Nibiru
Over the years I have seen numerous people post pictures and videos claiming they have found a second Sun or planet nearby in our solar system. They show pictures and videos that shows something, that in some cases really looks like a second Sun or a real planet nearby the Sun. But they are all caused by the sunlight that creates these strange ghostly pictures.
In the photo above you have the real Sun to your right and the “second Sun” lens flare to the left.
Solar lens flare under horizon
Both the two photos above and the one below are from same photo session. They have been taken with Sony A-100 reflex camera with a standard 18-75mm Sony zoom lens. As you can see below, the lens flare is now partly down under the horizon.
When the “second Sun” in above photo is under the horizon, it can not be a second Sun or a planet. Because how can it be that when it is still visible under the horizon?
Type of solar lens flare depends on type of camera optics
The three photos above show you a unique type of solar lens flare that you should expect with a Sony A-100 reflex camera and particular the 18-75mm standard zoom lens. Another zoom lens attached to the camera would give another type of lens flare. Different types of cameras and video camcorders produce different types of lens flares.
I have been amateur photographer since 2009 and today I know one thing. When you have the sun visible inside frame in your viewfinder, you should expect a solar lens flare. Even when the Sun is outside this frame, you should expect some sort of lens flare effect. When you have the Sun somewhere in front of you while taking pictures or filming, expect a sunny lens flare.
See more solar lens flares on flickr
Does Planet X or Nibiru exists?
Does Planet X or Nibiru really exists? See that´s a totally different story…
- Cirrocumulus clouds in a spectacular display
- Beautiful Cirrus cloud strands in Cirrus sky
- Elliptical dome UFO with elongated structure
- Box-shaped UFO mystery with cracked front and large opening
- Photogenic contrail dissolves in the sky above Denmark