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Burngreave cemetery sheffield
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Uploader comment: A friend an myself was walking through a local cemetery an decided to take random picture's with our mobile phones, this is what we got, not sure what to make of it but it was a clear night an neither of us were smoking.


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Comment icon #3 Posted by Damian Bâthory on 5 November, 2011, 2:17
Mobile phone are known to make this kind of Pic... Nothing unusual...My "intelligent" blackberry makes stupid pics diformed object, I'm a truck driver and i take alot of pics on the road during my trips and some turn out's obvious by this image that there was a light source on the top right, the light source made this effect, that is my opinion...
Comment icon #2 Posted by kim69 on 5 November, 2011, 17:40
ye suppose that could be the case but i don't recall any lighting around at all. thanks for you input..
Comment icon #1 Posted by ShaunG on 25 March, 2012, 21:35
The breath that leaves our bodies when we breath out always carries lots of moisture.This will show up every time a photo is taken using flash.The moisture reflects back in the flash giving a mist or smoke type of effect.That is why you sometimes see it form unusual shapes too,because the moisture is really fine and is affected by the slightest draught or body movement.

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