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A man of hillwalking in the uk, has captured stunning photos of weather phenomenon that has been compared to an angel in heaven.”

Lee Howdle was out walking in the Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, england, united kingdom last week when he said that, with the spectacular mist-shrouded shadows, according to the news agency, SWNS.

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The “brocken-spectre” as photographed by Lee Howdle.
(Lee Howdle/SWNS)

Howdle, an avid photographer, snapped pictures of the beautiful scene with the Canon 5d Mk4 camera. “My shadow, it looked huge. It was in this round, star,” he told SWNS. “I took a few pictures and carried on walking. It was as if an angel, in the sky, on the hills, it was quite magical.”

The phenomenon is well-known as a “brocken spectre”, or “mountain spectre”, and it is one of the top ten spookiest weather conditions” by the U. K. ‘ s Office.

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The incredible images were taken in the UK’s Peak District National Park.
(Lee Howdle/SWNS)

“This is the effect produced when an observer is positioned above the upper surface of the cloud – on a mountain or high ground – with the sun behind them,” according to its web site. “When they’re in their shadow the light is reflected from it in such a way that a spooky circular ‘glory’ appears around the point opposite the sun.

The EarthSky website explains that ” the shadow of the weather phenomenon “seem to be huge, and it has a ring to it.”

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Hillwaker, and an enthusiastic photographer, Lee Howdle and took beautiful pictures. (Lee Howdle/SWNS)

SWNS will notice that it is a phenomenon that can be observed in the mountainous regions, and is named after the Brocken mountain in the north of the country.

Howdle was on to Mam Tor, a 1,696-foot hill in the High peak area of the National Park when he saw an unusual “Brocken spectre.”

Lee Howdle. (Lee Howdle/SWNS)

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The weather is a phenomenon that can be seen in the mountainous areas. (Lee Howdle/SWNS)

“I’ve never seen this before in my life…. I read about it on the internet,” he told SWNS. It’s really great, and I feel very blessed to have captured a magical moment in time.”

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