Discussion in 'UFOs & Sightings' started by nivek, Oct 15, 2017.
1945 picture of the daylight UFO over Nagasaki after the atomic bomb was dropped.
Foo Fighters. In Black Thursday the UFOs were reported as miniature - as in really wee - silver disks. Crewmen felt they were some weird atmospheric. Notice the reports of cigar shapes, exhaust plumes, visible portholes went away?
Mammoth Mountain, California - January 2001
Long Island, New York - April 23, 2004
The last one is very pretty. Almost looks like a misshaped pearl.
That's not UFO but a lenticular cloud. If it was an UFO it would be more than a mile across at that distance.
I agree, the cloud is not a UFO, but the link is implying a UFO is hiding behind or inside the cloud...
UFO photographed over Zurich airport 16-Dec-2019
I wish everybody is carrying a stabilized auto-focus telephoto lens with himself at all times . That's such a close call, but one only gets few pixels from the wide-angle shot.
Agreed! … Can't say what the object is with any degree of certainty? Don't think it is any normal flying device, but as the still is panned in on , something in the back of my mind makes me suspect that it is a slightly out of focus picture of a crow [or something of that order] flying a lot closer to the camera than at first seems.
In which case I feel sure that the photographer knew exactly what it was before posting it on FB declaring an UFO.
Also from the guy's own mouth....
Mmmm! … Pretty extraordinary sight! … But even more extraordinary that you only took [posted] the one 'obscure' picture for our perusal matey.
that past a year anniversary of when I saw this and that’s been my last sighting I remember giving it the “finger” because I thought it was man made I bet they said “no sign of intelligence here” lol
Looks like something that was stolen from a CGI You Tube Channel i.e. SecureTeam10....
Ask your friend Tyler if it's one of his fakes, to me it looks discophoran lol...
First off lets get one thing straight he's not my friend...Secondly until any of these photos are proven to be actual physical craft etc...They are fake.Some prior to Photoshop who has a UFO button built into the software...It's to easy to fake a photo.
Apologies, I assumed you were defending his videos that you may have been a friend of his...
Woman thinks she saw UFO in Rodborough
A woman claims to have photographed a UFO over Rodborough. Daphne Denley claimed to have photographed an unidentified flying object - UFO - as she snapped the setting sun.
She had been using her camera to photograph a stunning sunset over Rodborough, on Sunday, May 17. When she looked at the images she spotted the unexplained object. "You have to see it to believe it," Daphne said. "I did wonder if it was from the flash on my camera or perhaps the street lighting.
"Having looked at the photo details, my camera flash was off and at the same time the next night no street lighting was on. "I sound bonkers, I know, but these things don't happen much... or do they?"
Frederick Delaere, coordinator of the Belgian UFO Reporting Centre, told The Daily Telegraph that more people being at home and looking at the sky as a result of coronavirus, clear weather, and the large number of Starlink satellites launched by Elon Musk's company SpaceX could be reasons behind a recent rise in UFO sightings.
No need for an apology I can see how the response from me must have looked.
What kind of cowardly response was that from the UFO Reporting Centre? It looks nothing like a satellite. What a moron.
High Nivek, imo, this particular kind of picture is pretty common to UFO-sites and always has been. If you point to the picture - right click - and select 'ask cortana about this picture' [or whatever your browser offers] and it will immediately produce a whole host of very similar images. And more than likely ... as in this case they will have the same orange-hue and slightly-out-of-focus aspect that leads me to believe that they were all produced the same way. And that is that they were all photos taken through a glass window and tha "Object"-in-question are in fact no more anomalous than a mere reflection of something behind the photographer … in this case, I would suggest a hanging crystal/or-plastic light shade.
Daphne Denley says ...
[no evidence of that on the photo supplied] and of course, the all-too-usual 'didn't notice it until after looking at the photograph afterwards'! …. and went on to remark … "
… well, yes it does actually happen quite a lot, but then most people would just remark that the reflection had spoilt the photo a bit , and not have a punt at being 'the new Evelyn Trent'!
…. by the way Michael59 [hi, hope you are well mate] … I get what you mean about 'moronic-explanations for UFO's' in general … god knows, it gets me so flaming angry most of the time! … but in this case I don't believe that Mr. Delaere actually meant that Mrs Denley's picture was of the starlink satellite system … but rather that he didn't actually comment on this particular photo, but was making a general observation that along with the 'covid-caused extra free time and the launching of this remarkable site in the sky [now regularly seen] that reports of anomalous aerial sightings had increased! … and that I can totally find believable. …
Stefano Breccia's image...
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