posted on Jul, 14 2014 @ 01:31 AM
This was a photo taken at Crater Lake in the summer of 1971. The photo was shot as a "postcard-type" beauty shot, which makes the next thing part of
the puzzle: the photographer [and friends] saw nothing of the sort next to the pine tree while photographing. This then is one of those "where the
heck did THAT come from?" photos.
Just so everyone starts at the same place with any speculations: Both the photographer and the correspondent looked closely at the negative and can
see nothing funky there. Supporting the not-a-problem-with-the-negative position is the striking fact that the "object" shows, pretty clearly that it
is right next to the tree and has the tree's shadow marked on it.
So, at first glance, we have a rather large object, which no one saw, nevertheless photographed, which does not seem to be a camera or film problem,
but rather existent in the outside world.
edit on 14-7-2014 by milomilo because:
(no reason given)
edit on 14-7-2014 by milomilo because: (no reason given)