A beam of sunlight shining through the hole in the top of the roof of the Pantheon appears to form the shape of a character from SPACE INVADERS. See SWNS story SWSPACE: A keen-eyed photographer made an unlikely discovery while visiting the ancient Pantheon in Rome - a SPACE INVADER. Light shining through a hole in the roof combined with embossing on the curved walls mean that, on incredibly rare occasions, the light looks like one of the alien invaders from the classic Atari game. During a romantic weekend with his wife, Len Copland, 53, was lucky enough to spot the sun creating the shape of a Space Invader on the wall of the Pantheon. Experienced photographer Len snapped the Space Invaders on the wall of the must-visit attraction. / Definitely a Space Invader (Picture: SWNS)
Metro / Space Invader spotted in Ancient Roman building
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22 décembre 2015
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Space Invaders have never looked this cultured.
Len Copland, 53, spotted one of the alien creatures from the classic Atari game in the Pantheon during a romantic weekend in Rome.
Light shining through a hole in the roof combined with embossing on the curved walls caused the effect.
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