A friend sent me this image that he says isn't photoshopped. The distortion of the airplane props are due to the way a cameraphone's low-end CMOS sensor records an image. Wired explains:
The iPhone has no physical shutter and instead uses photon gating on its CMOS sensor. Some parts of the image are recorded before others, much like with a scanner. The iPhone's CMOS scanner seems to be a lot slower than, say, the CMOS sensor on your Canon point and shoot camera. Therefore, as the camera is recording the image, any changes over that small but significant amount of time are recorded.