Friday morning, 25 January, at around 9am, on her way to
work, a resident in the Chinese
capital noticed an extraordinary celestial phenomenon
in the sky: the sun apparently has clones and appeared with
its identical quadruplets.
Eager to share her experience and excitement, she immediately
phoned her hubby Mr. Yang who was by then yet to leave for
work. When Mr. Yang learned that he could gain free entry
to a celestial visual quartet, he grabbed his camera and
rushed to the car parking (evidently he prepared to drive
to the celestial theatre), where he realised it was a great
outdoor performance and he could watch it in convenience
and comfort on the doorstep of his own home.
Believed that no one on earth could be bold enough to claim
the copyright of the show on the behalf of the sun brothers,
Mr. Yang made good use of his camera. By the time he returned
home, he recalled later that he could still see the celestial
quadruplets through the windows and witnessed how the four
gradually faded from the heavenly stage.
The photos were taken by Mr. Yang, of Haidian
District, in northwest Beijing, where the so-called
China’s Silicon Valley situates.
(Source of news 北京晚报)
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