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Amateur photographer snaps 'God' in clouds over England
Deity-like face appeared near sunset
Picture: The Telegraph
- Agencies/The Telegraph
- United Kingdom
- July 23, 2014
God, well known to work in mysterious ways, might be said to have been at it again when the image of a deity-like bearded man appeared through the clouds over Snettisham, Norfolk
Amateur photographer Jeremy Fletcher took the image as he strolled beside the Wash, the wide estuary between Norfolk and Lincolnshire.
Mr Fletcher, of Bray, Berkshire, was in the area for a three-month attachment as a company finance director, and took the photograph on an evening walk.
He said: "I realised the image looked remarkably like a face of a man with a beard so I took a number of shots on my phone. The face appeared to be looking back towards the shore."
Norfolk councillor and county stalwart Charles Joyce, 62, said: "Everyone who lives here knows Norfolk is a bit special and now it seems to have been confirmed from above."
Mr Fletcher, who said he was not a religious person, added: "The obvious comment is that it looks like God but it could also be Sean Connery or Karl Marx."
Source: The Telegraph