‘Hopes of hope’: The sun sets when an extraordinary form of Australia shines through the gaps in the clouds
- Extraordinary pictures show when the sun sets in the shape of Australia
- The silhouette of the cloud was captured in the backyard of West Sydney last Tuesday
- The photos were shared by more than 20,000 people including the Prime Minister
The father of three has shared extraordinary photos at sunset forming an Australian shape in the clouds above his home.
An uplifting picture was taken in the backyard at Edensor Park, in western Sydney, last Tuesday.
Santino Ruisi, 40, was camping in the backyard with three of his sons, aged 12, seven and five, when they saw the light form an unmistakably shape.
“My son said,” Father, look up “and my initial reaction was to get my phone out as fast as possible and then disappear,” Mr Ruisi told the Australian Daily Mail.
West Sydney sunset forms the shape of Australia (pictured) in clouds last Tuesday
Ruisi, who runs the Italian biscuit company, said that he “happened to be in the right place at the right time.”
The pictures show a glowing Australian silhouette hanging directly above houses in the suburbs in the distance.
“The light penetrated the sky. I and my three children consider it extraordinary, ‘he said.
Ruisi explained: “I wish I could have caught him three or five seconds beforehand so I can show that there is also a ball that lights for Tasmania.”
“By the time I pulled out the phone, the phone was gone. “It changes so fast, everything opens in more than 10 seconds and in a split second it disappears,” he said.
He said that the pictures, which were posted on his personal Facebook page, had caused an extraordinary reaction.
“The rays are charming, the lights are charming, a glimpse of hope between difficult times,” he wrote in his post.
Ruisi said: “The response was extraordinary and touched many people in various ways.”
Santino Ruisi, 40, took an extraordinary sunset photo from his backyard in Edensor Park
“I have received hundreds of messages from people who thank me for sharing them, it’s really nice to be part of it,” he explained.
Ruisi said that the pictures ultimately “united a lot of trust and understanding. The beauty of clouds can be interpreted in various ways’.
“I see it as a picture that anyone can draw what is lacking from them and what they need, be it spiritual, nature, beautiful colors or a pleasant story,” he explained.
Mr. Ruisi thinks that people are ultimately united by ‘the pride of seeing our map shining in the sky.’
“At that time you thought,” You know what, I’m proud to be an Australian, “he said.
Pictures (pictures) Mr. Ruisi was shared by more than 20,000 people including Scott Morrison
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