posted on Jun, 7 2008 @ 02:35 PM
reply to post by Balez
Yes, there is always a "but" . . .
I thought about that. I cannot post the unclipped versions, or at least, I need to downsize them first, but there is a streetlight to my lower right
as I took the pics.
As I took them, I walked toward and then away from that light so that I would have a point of reference from the ground, and then just a pure pic of
the moon. The moon was what got me clicking the cell camera. I know about earth light, but this was virtually identical to an eclipse-like effect -
the dark side of the moon was that clearly delineated.
Pic. No 461 - one that doesn't show the object at all, also has the streetlight in the lower right. I'll post it. These pics were all taken in
In the pics where the object is, I was standing almost exactly in the same place, and the streetlight was purposely placed in the lower right of the
photo. But the object, whatever it is, moved in relation to the moon in distance between the time these photos were taken. Streetlight is in the
same place. Moon is in the same place. Object moves. Is that possible with a lens reflection?
Please tell me this is a lens anomaly. I would much prefer that explanation to an explanation that might lead to men in black waterboarding me until
I promise to delete the photos.
I don't know about the green caste. The pics I posted were adjusted to lower brightness and up contrast, and to clip so that they would fit this
site's requirements. No color was adjusted.
If the translation between my cell, my computer, and photobucket greened things out, why is the moon still clearly perfectly white?