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Is that a Digger in the clouds?

ETHEREAL IMAGE: Did anyone else see this image of a Digger in the clouds?
ETHEREAL IMAGE: Did anyone else see this image of a Digger in the clouds? Contributed

RON Baker from Raymonds Hill was unable to attend Remembrance Day services this year.

Instead, he raised the Royal Australian Navy White Ensign on a flagpole on his property.

After doing so, he took a photo of the Ensign flying in the breeze.

It wasn't until he looked at a full-screen image of the photo on his computer, that he noticed something about the break in the clouds, directly above the Ensign.

It appears to be an image of a soldier in profile, pack on back, rifle (with fixed bayonet) in hand, and with facial features (eyes, nose and mouth) visible, and with helmet and chin strap in place.

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