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originally posted by: gguyx
Nowhere in the report on the CEFAA site does it mention that the photos were taken from inside a vehicle or building.
This is a working strip mine, they are at work, outside, they are not going to take an hour or more to take pictures on the boss's dime. That takes care of the duration the photos were taken.
So, one of them had a camera and being in a dusty, strip mine environment, it had some crud on the lens. That explains the dark blobs on the photos.
The photos show the background, i. e.; the context of the photos, which is de rigueur when taking shots of UAP.
Object exhibits self-illumination quite evident on the bottom of the object even though the sun is almost directly overhead.
Object is not a reflection from being taken indoors or in a vehicle else that datum would be known.
It's a bright, self-illuminated disk shape that appears to be solid, that makes vertical and horizontal maneuvers while hovering soundlessly for more than an hour above a strip mine in a cloudless, very clear sky at 14,000 ft. altitude.
originally posted by: Perhaps
On this occasion, it appears lens anomalies are going to be favorable here.
Note, in pink, the highlighted spheres (more than likely lens anomalie
This strongly suggests that the photographer was panning left-to-right or right-to-left following an object which gives every impression to be moving - note the position of the object relevant to other features when comparing the two images.