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Uploader comment: Okay so while I was trying to catch light glare and infractions (trying to make sure I know my camera) I decided to pick up my anials blanket and shake it in the air and immediately I started taking photos, these don't look like orbs, some outside ones do and there are many of them. Why did this turn orange like?


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Comment icon #2 Posted by katherineelvira on 5 August, 2010, 15:55
Its the light glare your were tring to catch
Comment icon #1 Posted by sarahmac on 18 November, 2011, 16:12
if you look at the right hand side of the photo you can see a prismatic effect, the lense is refracting the light like a rainbow does. That together with the camera trying to comspensate for the bright light has caused the effect.

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