Strings attached would be seen after contrast and brightness changes. I couldn't trace one of them in the OP.
Although , if one would use fishing wire it would be possible not to see them behind a bright sky, but I've got strong doubts .
That site sure is interesting , especially the glowing orbs are very mysterious . Bookmarked !
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The story about those luminous spheres above french territory, really intrigued me, with all the aerial photographs and repeated formations amazing ..
He should do that story here many would be intrigued about that story.
I've discovered much about those sphere's after having contact with them in 2007, it's the most intriguing encounter in my life.
And somehow that story gives me comfort that they are seen quite a while here on earth, and elsewhere
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Skillful tricks in a darkroom can rival or exceed Photoshop manipulation. For one thing, there are no digital artifacts to detect as it is an analog
process. Also, dubious work done in chemistry and light manipulation is usually made into an final inter-negative, which eliminates any studies in
emulsion saturation. Not easy, but some specialized in it.
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