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originally posted by: Snarl
Pretty cool looking image.
The object is not spherical. That would lead me to believe it's a water droplet and the 'design' you see on the surface is a refraction.
Disclaimer: I am nowhere near an expert in imagery analysis.
ETA: Just back from reviewing the comments/analysis from the source site. Was that 'our' Kandinsky? LOL
originally posted by: milomilo
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.