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  Cologne cathedral

Cologne cathedral
Image credit: © siren

Uploader comment: This pic was taken last year with a 5 mpx digital camera. me and my bf went into the very old and famous gothic cathedral of cologne germany. the cathedral has many small rooms that are protected by steel bars. this is one of them. i put the camera through the steel bars to take a pic of the fresco painting on the wall. when i looked at the camera preview window...this is what i saw. you can see all the orbs..a bluish one close to the bottom too. many more like this from this cathedral i will post up as wel

   

 
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Comment icon #10 Posted by audrey292003 on 4 March, 2006, 12:00
This photo is one of the best orb photos I have ever seen. I can see so many details.-Heather Duncan
Comment icon #9 Posted by voodoodaddy44 on 28 March, 2006, 8:07
Somebody sneezed on the camera.
Comment icon #8 Posted by spectrum on 10 May, 2006, 2:18
90 percent of the so called *orbs* are no more than dust, moisture, rain drops or even insects
Comment icon #7 Posted by artemisthehunter on 21 June, 2006, 7:26
Dust-dee-dust-dust. Dust-dee-dust-dust-duuuuust. Or moisture.
Comment icon #6 Posted by crypticat on 11 September, 2006, 22:08
Prettieeeee
Comment icon #5 Posted by flowmaster on 3 March, 2007, 2:17
I have recorded the exact and I mean exact orbs using a Sony 7.2 Cybershot digital camera. I probably have taken 20,000 photos in the last few years and this has happened 3 times. After 1st time I shot several shots of same things and there were no orbs. Thisis the real deal and I will be also posting.
Comment icon #4 Posted by nothinggreatstaysthesame on 6 April, 2007, 19:41
........ArtemisTheHunter......you took the words out of my mouth....this type of dust-dee-dust-dust shows up in my house when it's time for a cleaning, I'll let the sun shine in the windows and the same looking tiny itty,bitty flying objects are all over the place!!!!!
Comment icon #3 Posted by monalisa1185 on 27 June, 2008, 7:36
For the love of all that is good and holy in the world, it's freakin' dust, just like every other damn photo of orbs.
Comment icon #2 Posted by ohlookachurro on 28 September, 2008, 22:09
HA HA HA HA HA HA! Cologne Cathedral...........
Comment icon #1 Posted by empathic_clairvoyant on 26 February, 2009, 21:03
I use a Sony 10.3 Carl Zeiss Vario - Sonnar and I too have caught some amazing images, this is purely in my opinion true energy form orbs. Perception9 Researecher EC


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