Someone found this UFO in a photo of Cape; it seems to blend into the photo perfectly with the correct amount of lighting on it. I was not sure this was legit so I used Google Earth to find it myself. It was easy and fast…and it was there.Just because its clear, do not assume its fake.Digital cameras can see outside of the spectrum of the human eye catching colors and objects that you did not see there at the time of taking the photo. Of course they did not see it, yet the camera could. Read more...
I'm SUPER LAZY...
It's kinda like normal crazy, but I wear a cape...
Posted 25 July 2011 - 10:32 AM
Why does everyone automatically scream PHOTOSHOP?
There are quite a few pictures out there of real UFO's (Unidentified Flying Objects), most taken in the USA, some from the UK and other European countries, even a few from Asia.
What? Is South Africa too "back-water" or "wrong-side-of-the-tracks" for everyone to assume that we may or may not have UFO's?
What was the excuse before Photoshop existed? When a picture is blurry, "It's too blurry." When it's clear, "It's too clear." It has to be faked, either way.
Can anyone agree that SOME Saucer pictures are actually REAL?
I downloaded Google earth myself to look...its really in the pic so unless google are adding image artifacts....its genuine. If anyone can tell me where to find co-ordinates copy and paste etc..in G-Earth... I will post them here, if not theres an instructional video to find it bottom of this page...go LOOK!