posted on Apr, 19 2009 @ 02:54 PM
I'm assuming you have a digital camera and the pictures are uploaded on your computer, you can 'save as' your pictures as a JPEG file from the BMP
or TIF file it is, to help reduce the file size. Maybe you can upload it on ATS media but I haven't tried it yet.
I set up a free account with photobucket.register.photobucket.com...
Just upload the pictures there and copy and paste fully one of the provided links (i use the "img" link at the bottom) you can use to point to that
Alternatively, you can winrar your pictures into a .rar folder to be uploaded on rapidshare.com, megaupload.com, or filer.cx, It's free, no
registration needed, but there's an 90 second wait or so to download, and most importantly, your image quality is not corrupted by these photo
Check your picture, and make sure it isn't sized out of the visual window. You might have to resize your picture.
Some are saying it may be a lens flare, and it may be so, but I'm not entirely convinced. It hurts to look at the sun after all of course and there
may be something that is hidden by the sun's glare.
Some say you can use welder's masks to look at the sun to see Nibiru, especially in the southern hemisphere.
Try to dim your pictures with the software that came with your digital camera, it should make ole nibiru or the sun flare more visible.
[edit on 19-4-2009 by star in a jar]