At least no one is asking for proof.
I have some suggestions, but first want to comment that I am somewhat less interested in dissecting the technical limits and abberations of
hardware/software/optics at resolution limits of digital imaging hardware than more detailed and distinct UFO images. That said, I will tell you what
At this level of dissection of a digital image there are so many possible causative possibilities that the possibility of these being even
conventional aircraft Airliners, Planes, satellites and orbiting reflected light is a lower probability than simply of stars. What time of day/night
where these shots taken?
At common levels of resolution limits, depending on the settings, and the particular optics and CCD response to source light and conditions, as well
as the software in the processors function set, the objects you can see could be many things.
It cannot be clear until you do some tests. These tests will either show causes for distortion at a pixel level (you would not normally notice in
full resolutions), or will discount any possible camera processing artifacts proving true anomalous objects.
What you can do to answer these questions:
(1) Duplicate conditions, shoot some test images with the settings you used as close as possible. Your original images have information embedded for
everything including lens appeture, exposure, flash etc.. Called IPTC Metadata like for Adobe Photoshop and similar for other image software can show
you this data, or post or link un-processed originals, as many of us have these tools and can help.
(2) Look at any similar images you have and find any similar effects in known objects, like streetlights or car lights at great distances. Look for
the way your camera distributes data when the source point is smaller than four pixels in diameter. Many of your images you have taken will have this
Some possibilities to consider for these odd light points:
* Atmospheric conditions can distort point lights dramatically. Upper air conditions can make stars distort and swim wildly or remain sharp.
* Aircraft at distances behind clouds and sky such as your images suggest will dim and brighten, but in still images might cause pixels to distort as
the CCD attempts to gather and distribute variable photon data.
* Condensation can produce extremely small droplets on your lens that distort point lights. They act like lenses on your lens, but only distort tiny
* Dirty lens can reflect any light source at angles not in the viewfinder. For example, some tree sap is distributed from leaves like sweat and very
much smaller clear droplets than water, and will adhere to anything. Or, anything airborne in your environment like humidity, including your breath,
fibers from your clothing or any fabrics, or dust from anything.
* Dust on your CCD is another cause of such anomalies. I have a Digital SLR, and have had particles that showed on many images I could not see through
the viewfinder that only show when I process the images. Most cameras like these Digital SLR's allow you to flip open the reflex mirror and expose
the CCD to blow out or otherwise clean them. Follow your camera manufacturers instructions for this and use canned air, not your wet breath.
Your images could be actual alien aircraft (I believe they do exist), or many other things we can list. But at this level of detail, and extraction
of image data from such a small number of pixels, we cannot be sure of anything, or discern any possible structure. Do some of the above tests, and
you can at least find out what they are not.
I know it is very interesting to find such things, and do not mean in any way that this is anything either true or mistaken, but I have many such
examples in my own photography where the information to work with is below any reasonable level of provable evidence one way or another. Then again,
if you have had any psychic or similar non-visual data, it could add some evidence we cannot factor here.
In any case, it is good practice to do some science so in the future you can weed out unlikely, mistaken or too scant a data field to spend time on
this. Get a copy of Photoshop Elements, Paintshop Pro or just Google "Free Photo Editing Software", and you will find many tools to further your
own personal arsenal of image editing tools.
Keep looking. Weird stuff is everywhere.