posted on Jul, 25 2007 @ 11:19 AM
Congratulations, it's a UFO. You don't know what it is, and there's not enough information in the photo for us to figure out what it is.
What it probably is, however, is a bird. Here are a few reasons why:
1) Digital cameras are notorious for generally having ridiculously slow electronic shutter speeds. That has a tendency to blur anything moving
relatively fast through the frame, including birds.
2) The shape is roughly saucer-shaped, and that it typical of the way blurred birds show up in photos. Just glance through any batch of bird or
flock images on Google and you'll see what I mean.
3) The person generally doesn't notice it when they take the picture. Now, this can either mean that the UFO had a cloaking device that was foiled
by a simple digital camera, or that something common zipped through so fast the photographer just didn't notice it, partially because it was fast,
and partially because it was so common -- like, I don't know -- a bird.
Internet UFO sites have been flooded with these kinds of photos, none of which have had any other characteristics that might identify them as a
strange or extraordinary UFO sighting. No aliens, no time loss, no traces, no artifacts, no electrical interference, no nuthin'.
Of course, if you or anybody else wants to believe this is a photo of a rare UFO carrying aliens from another planet, please feel free. I have no
idea what you would base that belief on other than your own expectations, but I'm not the Thought Police. Some people feel belief is more comforting
than not knowing.
[edit on 25-7-2007 by SuicideVirus]