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Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
Just look at the clouds,
Between picture 2 and 3 there appears to be "significant" cloud movement.
Overlay picture 2 and 3, if you have the ability to make one image 'transparent' using software, it's clear to see the clouds have more movement than the object between the two pictures.
My point being simply, the object must have have been moving at a snails pace or the clouds were moving at hurricaine speed.
Originally posted by Springer
I look at this as simply more data, the more the merrier, until Jeff Ritzmann and David Biedny have had a chance to tear these down to the pixel I am standing by on these, but wow they are impressive in appearence.
Originally posted by jritzmann
I'm putting a write up on these photos on my ATS Analysis board in 2 minutes that includes a 4th shot that no one has yet seen.
My ATS Analysis Board
Have a look, the 4th shot is very interesting.
If you'll notice the object in question is nearly centered in all three photos. The average person snapping quick shots doesn't typically follow the rule of thirds.
Originally posted by FOXMULDER147
reply to post by SkepticOverlord
My initial reaction would be to question why someone was taking photos of an empty field and some trees??
Originally posted by 12m8keall2c