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Small Orb
Image credit: © tstengel

Uploader comment: This photograph was taken using my HP318 digital camera, which came with my Dell 8200. This small orb appeared on my father's stomach.

   

 
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Comment icon #10 Posted by spooky7272 on 14 December, 2004, 5:06
how do you say: BELTBUCKLE???
Comment icon #9 Posted by tygurtar on 20 January, 2005, 0:42
not the bright dot(which IS his beltbuckle) but the ORB (you do know what an orb is right?) on his beer belly. This picture appears earlier in this gallery, only it is much brighter and there is a larger orb on his right manboobie. This leads me to believe that the orbs are faked.
Comment icon #8 Posted by lunamoon on 23 January, 2005, 3:42
hmmm they actually suceeded to make the 8ball smaller! hats off to the creators
Comment icon #7 Posted by hypodermic on 18 February, 2005, 19:32
ORBS SUCK!
Comment icon #6 Posted by jonb on 25 February, 2005, 21:00
the camera is still terrible
Comment icon #5 Posted by nme_locus on 3 March, 2005, 22:15
is it just me ordo you guys see a second orb to the right of the smaller orb. There is a faded orb directly center on the stomach that is less noticable. From an angle, looking at my monitor(IBM 17' Thinkvision Flatscreen) it resembles a skull. Can anyone see it? Maybe I need a new monitor.
Comment icon #4 Posted by jonb on 23 April, 2005, 4:13
omg youre right, i think this picture is possessed, must burn the picture and cleanse our souls
Comment icon #3 Posted by filoli on 16 May, 2005, 16:30
The "orbs" are light reflected off of shiny objects, like mom's glasses, dad's belt buckle, all reflecting back in to the camera lens.
Comment icon #2 Posted by delphianoracle on 25 July, 2005, 7:11
When an orb appears in a photo, it is most likely a dust particle reflecting light into the lens. A true orb, that is a glob of spiritual energy, will have much more definition and solidity.
Comment icon #1 Posted by eternal light on 27 September, 2005, 10:11
Yeah lunamoon, they keep tryin' You gotta admire their tenacity.


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