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Originally posted by ArMaP
They could be birds, a bird photographed in flight may appear in many different shapes, depending on its position and the positions of its wings, legs, tail, etc.
The problem is that they are too small to make a better judgement.
If you still have the photos on the camera, please upload them to a place where we can see them, like SnapDrive.
Also, if you want to take more photos and your camera has that possibility, save the images as RAW or TIFF, they are better than JPEG, although they need more storage space.
And welcome to ATS.
Edit: you should not post images larger than 640x640 (I think), a mod will probably resize your images soon.
[edit on 13/6/2008 by ArMaP]
If they are birds from the same species they would look the same at this distance, and I think that they do not look exactly the same.
Originally posted by anomalie
In pic 2 and 3 it appears to be birds at first but when compare pic 2 and 3 the 'birds' look the same and in exact formation and wheres front or back of the bird ?
I don't know what kinds of birds live in that area, that is something you have to tell me, but I know that seagulls, for example, have a big wingspan.
In pic 4, a 'bird' doing a right turn sounds good only problem looks to large to be a bird as does the objects in pics 5 & 6 (see original pics with objects) ?
I see what you mean, I hadn't noticed that, and the only explanation I have is that it may be an effect of the movement and the slower shutter speed, but I don't think a convincing explanation.
In pic 6, if this shows a 'bird' at skewed angle why does appear to have black outer edge and large white underbelly ?