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Originally posted by zeeon
P.S. Anyone know why the images around La Salle are in the black square?
Originally posted by ArMaP
As for the place where the photos were taken, I think it is near impossible to find it.
In the first post Springer says that they were taken "out by the La Salle Nuclear Power Plant", so I suppose they were pretty close to the power plant.
Originally posted by Springer
Actually the description I got never said how close to the plant the shooter (mom) was. The only mention of the Nuclear facility was that when the "object left the area it headed toward the LaSalle Nuclear Reactor".
I have to say the level of excellent analysis happening in this thread is making for a proud moment in ATS history.
Originally posted by roadgravel
My county in Texas has 20 people/sqmi. It is pretty sparce. LaSalle is a little larger in area with 10 times the population. Compare to an urban area like Houston,Tx with 1630 persons/sqmi. I would think a lot could go on without being noticed.
Originally posted by Hydden
I thought there was mention of it looking like the object was dropping by the last frame. Albeit, I left off the 4th picture in this animation, it really looks like it stayed in a very straight, linear motion.
If this thing was moving that slowly, (guess at @15mph), I would've SO been in my car following this thing to see where it was headed....after grabbing my video camera, of course.
Is this area desolate at all? I would've imaged more people seeing, and having pictures of, such a low-flying, in broad daylight, slow-moving disc gliding through the air.
Originally posted by Palasheea
I think Edward's shots of color
Those photo's posted by Edward in this thread DO NOT have any EXIF Information about them. I found this out after I opened them in an editor to find out that that information is not attched with those photo's. So this means that the photo's Edward posted in this thread are not directly from his cam phone or whatever camera he used to take them. This said, I'm hoping that Edward will post the original photo from his cam phone directly into this forum from his cam because I would like to know what cam phone he was using that takes pictures with such vibrant colors and that other information provided in the EXIF Information box when the photo is loaded into an image editor.
Originally posted by torsion
Here is a panorama that includes the 4th pic. The photos have been rotated and size-adjusted to align and scale them. Nice photos...
Originally posted by disownedsky
Would that those trees weren't there and we could see a shadow!
Originally posted by wildone106
its just a lenticular cloud or a kid with a kite!