Leusden, The Netherlands - Mr. and Mrs. OUDEJANS-BOUMAN were having breakfast an early morning in late February, beginning of March 1973, when all of a sudden, from the kitchen window, they spotted this "very strange phenomenon" approach from the southeast. Mr. OUDEJANS was able to take three slides of the ring-shaped object. After 5 to 10 minutes it disappeared into thin air, leaving nothing but a small, though very distinct, cumulus-like cloud behind. The photos were taken with a single reflex camera equipped with an Agfa CT18 film and a 8 mm lens. See also the next two pictures in this gallery.
[© Leo OUDEJANS - photo used with permission]