Tuesday, March 15, 2011 – El Centro, CA – A spray plane is seen leaving a chemtrail plume thick enough to make a shadow on the “cloud” material below. Within one minute as the plane leaves the cloud, two more planes pass very close to each other from opposite directions. The puffy thick parts of the cloud immediately thin out in a haze. Wispy parts of the cloud turn pink and blue colors in the area of the solar halo. Fifteen minutes after the last plane left, another plane passes through the cloud mass and the colors flare up.
CAUTION: Colors are best seen close to the sun and can easily be seen with polarized sun glasses. Block out the sun with your hand or stand in a shadow. Zooming into the sun with a digital camera can permanently damage the image sensor.