Discussion in 'UFOs & Sightings' started by nivek, Oct 15, 2017.
Hi Nivek, hope you are well old mate.
Just had a quick search for Sedona Arizona because it sounded familiar, and came up with loads of hits. It seems to be some kind of UFO hotspot , a lot of golden orb type pictures [which I personally do not think are connected to the ETH]
...but I didn't initially see this picture among the many.
Anyway, my first impression is that the photographer is attempting to create a hoax ufo picture [probably for monetary purposes] by taking the young lady's picture through a piece of glass or clear Perspex with the "Flying Saucer" either painted or stuck on to the glass/Perspex beforehand.
...could be wrong... but that's what immediately crossed my mind.
or it could be a bit less nefarious than a outright hoax... could be that he took a quick snap of the frisbee that he had just launched for the dogs to chase, and decided to post the picture online as a type of joke?
Hello there 1963, my old friend, good to see you...I'm doing well, hope you and family are well...I posted that image over a couple others I found the night before mainly because of the location claimed, I've heard of many sightings in that region which lead me to assume that image may be legitimate in its offering...hmmm, lol...
What do you think about this one, from the UK I happened to find this evening:
Is it a bird, is it a plane...or something more sinister flying over the hills in Guisborough?
Mysterious flying saucer shaped object captured on camera leads to speculation in Teesside town.
This picture captured from the top of a Guisborough landmark has got residents in the market town talking after it was posted on to social media.
The flying saucer shaped spectacle was caught on camera by a Facebook user on an evening stroll just as dusk descended at the top of Highcliff in the hills above the town recently.
Hi Nivek, thanks we're all doing fine matey, this picture that you found is pretty cool looking, but of course that doesn't really matter... it could be anything... but is a great looking picture of what we all have in mind that a genuine 'flying saucer' would look like. [but you know as well as I do that usually when it looks too good to be true, then it usually is too good...] I took a look at the guy's facebook page and went through the comments [113 of them] to see if I could find any clues as to the guys constitution, and judging from his friends comments and quips .. he just seems like an average bloke, not too serious and certainly nowhere near as excited and insistent as I imagine most people would be after such an extraordinary personal occurrence . Could still be genuine of course, but I got the feeling that the deal wasn't so great as it should have been...if you know what I mean buddy.
Most of the comments were as you'd expect... Frisbee, drone etc. but one sober sounding poster reckoned that it was in fact the same object that they had seen around the same area at around the same time, and that it was a balloon! ... That didn't immediately spring to my mind when I looked at it because of the flattened shape, but with that comment in mind I blew the picture up and looked again... and it really doesn't take a lot of imagination to see this picture as being one of those helium filled mylar-balloons that you can buy in any market [usually with pictures of cartoon characters or love hearts and I love you sort of thing on them] floating on it's side.
... But of course that is still just conjecture , but owing to my own perceived lack of hype behind 'a genuine picture that looks as good as this one does' .... if forced...I would tentatively place my chips on the balloon square.
I think this is most likely an insect, but it was reported to us as a UFO.
It seems to have legs. I too think it's probably an insect.
or landing gear...
This picture was taken with my Kodak Brownie Cresta II 120 film camera in 1965
We are larking about in Wollaton Park Nottingham as I am the one with my arm being pulled behind my back by David Simpson (Simmo). My brother is looking on at the far right as Chris Abanavitch (Snozzle) takes the picture. He saw nothing and it was years later that I noticed this strange formation as indicated.
The picture here (excuse the fogging) was taken as I stood in my garden flashing a light into the night sky as to attract UFOs
The film lay spooled in a 120 reel for some months until sent to a government lab for development. The guy was surprised to see this strange globe on part of a frame. The year 1966?
He wrote his report on the back contained below and signed it Jim Raynor
I had seen no UFO. But the camera did.
This is one taken by Reverend Mike Ev**s a guy I was writing to on forum.
Just like myself he had undergone UFO experiences esp with an abduction in Canada whilst driving with his brother in the late 1970s.
After going on holiday the aliens revisited his home and borrowed his wife's camera which she had forgotten to take with her many years later. They had a heck of a time ...lol Taking pictures around his house including one of themselves...(so he states)
His opinion:- "Just another day"
I still have his report on his original abduction as he describes his journey in the UFO and how it travelled beyond the light barrier with a kick.
I have here what I believe to be an areal photograph taken with my camera on board a UFO.
This picture appeared on a KodaChrome 25 ASA transparency film. 35mm An Olympus OM1 or OM1o?
With a Zuiko 50 mm lens
The blue platform at the bottom of the picture is all that could be seen through a projector
As I can illustrate below:-
The background appears black. When I pass more light through the image, land detail can be seen as above. Problem being was that the platform below became bleached white.
So I had to superimpose the two different contrasts (as above) to show both images.
The interesting thing about this photograph is that the platform is sloping downwards, as it appears that the craft is accelerating upward.
It is also interesting that the photographer had worked aesthetically as to compensate for the slope downwards by producing a perfectly shaped rectangle.
It show to me, that this was NOT an accidental shot. Or otherwise why try to regain symmetry?
The other interesting aspect which I find, is that the picture makes sense being an areal photograph.
Illumination which appears to be radiant is allowing the automatic exposure to work correctly as to allow correct flux on the platform but ignoring the land below.
The question here is what is the land below and is it an actual photograph ?
Yes it is! There is no satellite horizontal markings or artificial colours.
I believe that it shows the Pennines below as the image is askew by the angle.
Can I prove this?
The next one I can.
CYPRUS UFO PICTURE
Here I have what I strongly believe to be an areal picture of Laranka Bay Cyprus.
I did my research and I found this image in a book named:- 'Images of Earth' taken similar;ar by the Apollo astronauts
Here is the picture taken by the Apollo Crew.
A comparison is shown here:-
My UFO picture on the right is better! The one on the right is from the main image above taken by the Apollo crew.
I have here a zoom shot of this strange cloud formation.
You can see that it is an actual photograph.
You can also see that I claim copyright as I had also sent it to NASA.
What can they do?
NOTHING....as the picture is NOT theirs.
Nor is this taken from an aeroplane. It is about 75 miles altitude as can be calculated by it's length.
The thing which I say proves that this was not taken by a man made spacecraft is that it's authenticity can clearly be compared with markings and land detail , as well as sunlight direction.
This poses a question:-
How did I take the picture?
I would need a space ship.
This will surely show that nothing of this Earth could have taken this picture.
I knew where to look, because I am Greek Cypriot as well.
I realised that the UFO people would show me something relative to me.
There is no other near comparison in the world.
High APIguy, hope you are well matey.
There's no way that i would say that your picture is of any kind of "insect"?... [what a monster that would be... i cannot imagine the perspective of sight that would be necesarry to facilitate such an alarmingly freakish insect as that one would appear to be.]
And apart from the obvious .. mylar-balloon, thrown-object or simply cheat-by-any-means-object, i really couldn't confidently hazard a guess as to the object's identity, but I will say that such "anomalous" pictures of 'appendage-toting-ufo's' have been reported throughout man's artistic history. And in fact I have [as lots of others] seen many older' ..and more recent photographs that look from loosely reminiscent ...to very similar to the kind of photographs that you presented. In fact I have a number of similar photos in books under my table as i write... but that doesn't mean that any of them have ever convinced me that they are anything but 'ordinary things' photographed in slightly peculiar positions or are just deliberately presented fakes... nevertheless, there were reports of this type of sighting long before cameras and instant profitable celebrity, and so that is why i like to keep an open mind. ... And I say this especially as I am still convinced that the 'Weirdest UFO film Of All ...The Nellis Test Range UFO film' has a lot more to it than is generally touted. [and they don't come any more unconventional than is usually perceived than that that one do they?!]
Thanks for posting.
It's out of focus, so probably quite close to the camera. It's an ordinary size insect.
It's very easy to be deceived by perspective.
this one is intriguing,
a possible explanation is a purple lens flare but it still looks too solid
very hard to analyse, either something thrown or suspended in a fishing line or a real object
yep insect, the metallic sheen and the legs indentify it
the only thing i can comment about george's experiences is that they are similar to the ones of the late stella lansing and hellen crystall
It would take some serious investigative work to rule out a thrown object hoax in this case. I would have a lot of questions.
Here is an example of a "Saucer" image (Case 13-110) I think IS a hoax, but it took me a while to reach that conclusion.
Nice to hear from you again
It looks like the craft in post 1014.
yeah looks like a frisbee
eh no, the object in that one has radial ridges all over it, this one doesn't have them
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