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More lights in sky
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Uploader comment: Once again i took this picture before i took the other strange light picture i dont have a clue in what it might be its in broad daylight it wasnt raining and no flash on the camera. theres nothing wrong with the camera as ive caught these in more than one area.

   

 
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Comment icon #10 Posted by lee c on 18 July, 2006, 11:59
you have to zoom in on them to see it better it was far away
Comment icon #9 Posted by Oppono Astos on 27 July, 2006, 2:37
Are you sure that flash wasn't used? There are 5 of these 'anomalies' in the frame, but they look like falling particulates caught by flash.
Comment icon #8 Posted by lee c on 31 July, 2006, 2:48
nope no flash it was in broad daylight my camera has auto flash and it will not use flash if there is enough light. and plus dont you think you would have seen the reflection of the flash in the car window? so im not sure what it is ive sent it to other websites and they cant determine what it is either.
Comment icon #7 Posted by wil on 31 July, 2006, 8:22
You might have something interesting here. Try sending it to a photo analyst.
Comment icon #6 Posted by lee c on 31 July, 2006, 13:36
thanks! any good place to send it in to? also look at the things in sky photo i caught more there too. and once again if there was a flash it would have reflected off the cars. and plus its a good distance away to be affected by flash in broad daylight. and you cant see it in this picture because i had to make it smaller to fit on here but there are 3 more of these just ubove the top circle. whats cool to me though is the one in front of the tree if you zoom in it has a blue glow under it. and these werent seen by the naked eye as i wasnt lookin throught the camera when i took the picture it w...
Comment icon #5 Posted by Oppono Astos on 1 August, 2006, 2:33
The light on the left front of the car (headlight area which is straight angle-on to you, rather than the windscreen) suggests flash was used - hence my question. All 5 of the 'streaks' are going in the approx same direction, this makes them look like falling particulates.
Comment icon #4 Posted by lee c on 1 August, 2006, 5:11
well if they were falling wouldnt the sreak be at the top and not the bottom? and that the "ball" of it be at the bottom? these are going straight up. even if you say it was flash its not going to affect anything that is that far away. not in broad daylight. even if the camera was dead on its not going to reach the ones at the top. plus look at the other picture of these objects if you notice the car its the same. there are no headlights on the left hand side. plus you would have seen it in the windshield of the green explorer sitting there. look at both pics and determine if flash w...
Comment icon #3 Posted by lee c on 1 August, 2006, 5:17
look at this one and look at the things in sky picture notice the cars are the same.... and the sun is coming from the right as you can see on both cars the windshield is dark on the left and light on the right. and if flash was used you would have caught it on the windshield of the explorer. plus in the other picture i was slightly higher than the explorer so the windshield would have caught the flash and notice that on the black car there are no headlights on the left side so the right side would be brighter. compare both pics and tell me what you think
Comment icon #2 Posted by omygoodness on 1 August, 2006, 7:01
u tell em rlcabe!!!!
Comment icon #1 Posted by lee c on 1 August, 2006, 10:51
thanks! i tell it as it is and if anyone wants the full sized photo as for you lose detail in having to make it smaller. i did take it with a 5mega pixel camera and some things are lost when you have to make it smaller. but if anyone wants the full picture sent to them let me know and i can email it to you...ive sent it in to ghost-mysteries.com and they have accepted it and im waiting to see what their analysis is. ill keep you posted


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