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Uploader comment: Took this photo from my rear deck. As you can see, it was snowing, no sun, so how could it be a reflection? The direction that the "globe" is coming from is a wooded area. Anybody got a clue?

   

 
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Comment icon #4 Posted by natasha twist on 6 April, 2007, 12:38
If you were taking this behind a closed window, then it may be part of the flash reflection off of the window.
Comment icon #3 Posted by dj_max on 7 April, 2007, 9:49
Yeah, that's right, flash reflection. The only problem is an angle... i would mean that a window is on about 15 degrees. (Should be on 0)But on the right we see some white shapes - I suppose it to be dirt.
Comment icon #2 Posted by s.t.u. on 10 December, 2007, 15:28
Moving mass energy, it has streaks, unless someone threw a ball then it could maybe create this type of photo. You said it was snowing? Yet there aren't may 'orbs' in the photo ... great another picture that proves that not all 'orbs' come from dust snow water pollen and so many other things. I think this is energy. Static electricity is commonly found in the air when it snow, isn't it?
Comment icon #1 Posted by tattooguy on 10 August, 2010, 15:17
you see that light to the left? thats causing lens flare


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