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Station orbs
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Uploader comment: Taken at grand central station new york in nov 2005 lots of orbs that were not visable when the photo was taken ..and there was no laser show going on at the time.

   

 
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Comment icon #10 Posted by freshgeek on 18 January, 2006, 11:35
two words: dust
Comment icon #9 Posted by acenaspheru on 19 January, 2006, 10:20
^^; that's only one word, and even if it is it's pretty. though i've never seen dust orbs turn out blue. I'd have to say more like water or something shining into the lense.
Comment icon #8 Posted by zig864 on 20 January, 2006, 7:39
Could be dust, but cool looking photo anyway. Sffelician, didn't you ever hear the saying, if you don't have anything nice to say don't say anything at all. Besides, to say something is not real, that we can all plainly see, is not the ,Hmmmmm, smartest thing to say. good day all
Comment icon #7 Posted by acenaspheru on 21 January, 2006, 22:53
Actually orbs are real. They’re not ghosts but they have been seen visually before. The majority are dust, water, and such; but is it so far fetched to say that extra energy is collected into balls that give off heat? Atoms are energy, and are spherical, who's to say they're not just amassing in large quantities.
Comment icon #6 Posted by kyle-d on 24 January, 2006, 17:30
"and there was no laser show going on at the time" Are there a lot of laser shows at Grand Central Station? Anyway, "Orbs" are just dust. I took photos of my apartment when I moved in and had "orbs" show up.
Comment icon #5 Posted by jonb on 25 January, 2006, 4:05
mm pretty, what type of camera are you using, the blue could be caused by the white balance on your camera compensating for the type of lighting by adding a blue tint, so that the white in the picture looks white, instead of an orangey colour caused by the lighting here. and well, we all know what causes orbs, you can even see that the larger ones are closer to the lens and the cause of the lens focus on the distant ones, and flash falloff
Comment icon #4 Posted by roonster on 25 January, 2006, 8:09
KYLE -D"are there alot of laser shows? ...apparently there are from time to time..somthing to do with the astrology stuff on the ceiling (star charts and things) jonb...the camera is a kodak easyshare cx7525 i do have trouble with taking photos in bad light if that explains anything?(but never had this effect b4)
Comment icon #3 Posted by acenaspheru on 27 January, 2006, 1:20
0_0 laser shows and star charts at a train station? XD cool i wanna go now. ^^; who thought a new york train station would be so interesting.
Comment icon #2 Posted by acenaspheru on 27 January, 2006, 1:21
ps: whatever it is it's a very pretty effect and thanks for sharing.
Comment icon #1 Posted by daisy0277 on 1 February, 2006, 3:03
well,.... the first thing I thought of when I looked at this photo was," A gathering of Angels", so thats what I am going to stick with,.... ;)


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