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Things in sky
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Uploader comment: Im not sure what the circled items are it was broad daylight and i was looking at the tree at the time of the picture and when i looked down at the camera i noticed the strange lights. it wasnt raining and there was no flash to cause a reflection as it was daylight. i dont have a clue on what it is. any suggestions?

   

 
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Comment icon #8 Posted by lee c on 18 July, 2006, 11:59
zoom in to get a better look
Comment icon #7 Posted by lee c on 19 July, 2006, 11:48
any one know what this could possibly be? ive submitted this to other websites and noone has an explenation. any suggestions would be greatful
Comment icon #6 Posted by acenaspheru on 20 July, 2006, 10:34
the bigger one looks kinda like a deflateing weather baloon. You can see the creases in it. It also appears to be in the cloud so it's also possible a bird of some kind. I can't really see the smaller object though.
Comment icon #5 Posted by lee c on 23 July, 2006, 5:24
the thing is it wasnt visible to the naked eye i was looking there when i took the picture and when i took the picture i looked in the camera and it was there. so its not a weather balloon. ive caught 3 more like that around the property in my other pic one is directly in front of a tree
Comment icon #4 Posted by beastiej on 1 August, 2006, 6:03
If these lights weren't visible to the naked eye...then what were you taking a picture of? I've seen some of your other photos too. Were you just taking pics of trees?
Comment icon #3 Posted by lee c on 1 August, 2006, 11:06
actually yes in these pictures i was testing out my memory card because my camera kept saving pictures to the cameras memory rather than the memory card. so i was sitting on the porch taking test photos when i looked back down at the camera that is what i caught. and in the other photos some where itentional some wernt. you hear a wierd noise you take a photo and see if you catch anything. like the one of the house my father in law died in that house so one night we decided to go back and take pictures. sometimes you have to take random pictures to catch something interesting. like the man on ...
Comment icon #2 Posted by empathic_clairvoyant on 28 February, 2009, 20:30
If you are anything like me and most people who believe in the other realm or side, well I or we take photos of everywhere and anything because we know that the Spirit life and or other dimensions can show up AnywherE. I see this image and match it with two of mine. How close is the nearest cemetery to you? I did get two images such as these immediately near a grave site in which I know someone took their own life. Any history on the land. I do have thoughts and feelings of my own but I reserve them at the moment. Perception9 Researcher EC
Comment icon #1 Posted by Flash Of Phantasm on 21 February, 2011, 5:16
Sorry to bother you, but I wanted to let you know that a droplet of water got on your camera.


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