A related post could be found here: https://physics.stackexchange.com/a/35468/209383
I came across this picture. I looked up an explanation from the above post for the "rays" of diffraction. However, it occurred to me that the pictures of those rays were all of light sources (or reflections), i.e. in the picture below, only the light bulbs show the diffraction patterns, but not the cars.
At first I thought it might be because of the frequencies of the light source, but it was soon being rejected as the stars and light bulbs were hot and thus emit a range of EM waves.
The other explanation was the focus of the beam as the ray from the light source could be approximated as a plane wave, whereas the secondary reflected waves might had already been diffracted. But this does not explain why the objects at far distance exhibit the same behavior. Rather, it seemed to indicate that the intensity might be the cause, which seemed to be very strange.
Why was the diffraction only occurred for the light souse?