this is probably a trick of the eyes and the result of me looking for something: but i'll tell ya anyway. i went outside and just hung out for a
while. A very hazy weird feeling night, bugs/birds were being especially loud. So i'm checkin things out and see what I think is a star... except its
moving. but not like a shooting star; very steady but it keeps changing directions. Then the star had more colors; blue green and red. I could very
vaguely see a light round shape surrounding the star... but like I said, could be a trick of the eyes. All of the dogs in the neighborhood were
freaking out as I observed this; especially my little yorkie who was outside with me. Then I got freaked out and came inside, haha. I just got a
creepy feeling. I don't really want to be abducted sooo if that was anything relevant I don't want it to know I am interested!! I didn't take any
pictures because it was extremely high up in the sky--- which brings me to my question... How high in the sky are UFO's usually? I don't understand
how people can ever even get quality pictures, at night especially because I have a nice Kodak with 10x zoom and if I tried to zoom in at the sky at
night it would just be black and blurry.
so, if i did happen to see something undeniably unidentifiable (haha, that was fun to say) what's the best way to capture it on film ?