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Orb close-up
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Uploader comment: The first of three photo's of a orb/orbs moving close by the camera lens and away note how it glows

   

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Comment icon #5 Posted by rob awesome on 21 August, 2008, 11:12
That orb ominously glows like my enchanted index finger as it passes in front of the lens to forever vex me and destroy my pictures of the supernatural
Comment icon #4 Posted by jsan85 on 25 January, 2007, 1:55
note how your an idiot.........
Comment icon #3 Posted by deeznutz on 16 November, 2005, 3:47
u gotta be kidding me.
Comment icon #2 Posted by flaxengrass on 3 August, 2005, 7:21
Spotlights from the stage. It's a play after all.
Comment icon #1 Posted by filoli on 16 May, 2005, 15:35
Not orbs, just lens flare.
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