posted on Sep, 28 2007 @ 04:31 PM
In this particular picture of a light against black background (which seems out-of-focus / shaken), it's rather difficult to gain much insight. But
there are some basic concepts, which may help interpret a UFO picture.
It is thought that the luminous air "surrounding" the UFO, often causing its outline to be fuzzy, indiscernible, is a sheath of ionized air (known
Often the light emmited by the object is near the UV-range of the spectrum and thus barely visible with the eye, yet it is recorded by the CCDs of
modern digital cameras. Such an example are the photos taken at Lynn, MA in Dec-2006:
Searching around the Internet I've located many such photos, taken at low light conditions, which I found very interesting and evidential. Sadly,
many UFO-portals don't publish such photos, so you have to look for them independently.
More on the subject at
which includes annotated examples of photographic cases and interpretations of such evidence.
[edit on 28-9-2007 by dhatz]