Well here we are guys....another sighting in Kaikoura New Zealand....Im on dialup so cant upload the pic,but there looks to be a good pic if anyone
can post it in this thread.....enjoy guys.
From the source below.
Strange sights over Kaikoura, circled, but is it evidence of visitors to our skies?
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it a drone, microlight, helicopter or balloon?
Not according to Kaikoura resident Debbie Smith who inadvertently photographed the strange phenomenon over the skies last week.
Smith was taking a photo to help with an oil painting. It was not until much later, while going through the photos on her computer, that she realised
she had captured two unusual objects in the picture.
"The distance I was standing was so far away that it would be far too big to be a drone. Neither object appears immediately before or after in the
sequence of photos I took, and no balloon could move so quickly out of frame."
She did not hear any noise at the time, and she would have noticed if it had been a regular moving object like a bird, Smith said.
"Whatever it is, it must have moved fast."
She contacted Tauranga's UFOCUS group who were very excited when they saw the photo and sent it on to a technical guru for analysis.
Kaikoura's resident astronomer, retired Canterbury University professor Larry Field, inspected the image and even after some image enhancement
admitted it looked a bit strange.
It did not conform to the standard drone that looked like a flying saucer because the gear was on top rather than underneath, he said.
This was not the first time Kaikoura's skies had been the subject of such debate - the Kaikoura Lights were famously spotted in December 1978 by a
cargo aircraft as well as an Australian TV crew.
In April 2012, things got exciting again with numerous sightings of a strange floating light, until that was debunked, the lights turning out to be
Then in December 2013, footage of an object flying over the peninsula was posted on YouTube by photographer Martin Kantor. In the end it was presumed
to be a bumblebee flying close to the water.
- Kaikoura Star