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Uploader comment: I just developed this and everyone seems to be talking about ORBS...... what are they? There sure are a lot of them in this picture taken at our local Relay for Life Cancer Walk. Is it just reflection from the large screen?


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Comment icon #24 Posted by ellejay on 24 July, 2010, 3:04
i say waterspots on the lens MRR
Comment icon #23 Posted by blake nicole on 11 May, 2009, 19:49
there definatly at a cancer walk hence the relay for life sign but definatly dust.
Comment icon #22 Posted by empathic_clairvoyant on 26 February, 2009, 18:11
Sweetheart, you are at a softball/baseball game and this creates dust particles to fly through the air from running on the dirt or grit for the field. This is a good example of dust in the air and not orbs. EC
Comment icon #21 Posted by paragirl on 18 December, 2008, 14:08
I think it looks like it could be specks of fine rain...
Comment icon #20 Posted by s.t.u. on 10 December, 2007, 4:07
What was the weather like? Was it humid or dry out? Orbs are manifestation of energy, some people believe that they either are spirits or spirits are using the energy masses to manifest. There are many energy masses in the world, we are all energy however a lot of people say they are dust, humidity and just about anything else...truth be told I don't think anyone truly knows. Do I think this is energy? Yes... do I think it is an orb? NO. Most people have abused the term orb so therefore it's slang for I really don't care enough to analys the whole situation so I am going to say orb...
Comment icon #19 Posted by vlanos on 5 November, 2006, 7:57
dust in the wind
Comment icon #18 Posted by scipherel on 27 August, 2006, 3:57
Orbs are still unexplained. I bet you a million dollar, it's not a dust.
Comment icon #17 Posted by spectrum on 25 August, 2006, 23:36
its actually rain... sorry to dissapoint you, most "so called orbs" are, either rain drops or dust... there are those which arent explainned though
Comment icon #16 Posted by ziggen on 14 August, 2006, 1:20
where was the relay for life located? we have one in my area every year and i've gone for the past two years. it's always fun.
Comment icon #15 Posted by leffe fagerstam on 25 April, 2006, 22:42
Definately hard to see, but when I put my glasses on...creepy @..@ _
Comment icon #14 Posted by Oppono Astos on 18 January, 2006, 18:57
Another good clue why their are more 'orbs' - ie dust and moisture particles - on the left may be explained by the position of the camera flash; an educated guess is top left of the lens.
Comment icon #13 Posted by shorti on 15 January, 2006, 1:27
And those look like rain drops or dust.
Comment icon #12 Posted by voodoodaddy44 on 6 December, 2005, 8:19
To answer the question of the person who posted this photo, orbs are the simplest forms ghosts can take.
Comment icon #11 Posted by tofubrain on 15 October, 2005, 1:58
erm raindrops keep fallin' on my head...
Comment icon #10 Posted by kenzie_the_unexplained on 2 October, 2005, 22:01
I know this is a stupid question but, what's up with the date on the bottom of the picture?It's not even Ocotber ninth..
Comment icon #9 Posted by iverson_kobe on 17 September, 2005, 4:03
it looks like rain drops. Was it raining at that time?
Comment icon #8 Posted by claizen on 29 August, 2005, 23:48
Dust, or anything on the lense, because the orbs are in different sizes
Comment icon #7 Posted by rmo6767 on 29 July, 2005, 2:30
It is niether, you used a digital camera, what you are seeing is called Noise, this is when you use a camera that is not ver well adapt at taking night photos you will see this. In fact this can be reproduced every single time with just about every single digital camera. Try hold the exposure open longer and set on a tri pod next time
Comment icon #6 Posted by batty on 29 June, 2005, 10:10
i agree, it's most likely dust or moisture :)
Comment icon #5 Posted by damn_rogue on 24 June, 2005, 15:00
It must be pollen or a speck of dusts, yeah.
Comment icon #4 Posted by angel88 on 7 June, 2005, 4:34
it's outdoors so it could also be pollen
Comment icon #3 Posted by wil on 6 June, 2005, 4:29
This could also be caused by rain.
Comment icon #2 Posted by nme_locus on 24 May, 2005, 2:11
i do believe orbs exist but i belive these are dust orbs. this picture is a good example of what to look for that might cause this. Most of the orbs are more on the left of the picture.Towards the right, they are more spread out. If you think about it, to the left is the dirt route in which people walked the marathon so there is more dust being disturbed causing all these particles in the air.
Comment icon #1 Posted by marcin t on 23 May, 2005, 20:36
looking like your camera wasn't clean enough :)
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