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Originally posted by Phlynx
Great find, I hope you don't mind that it is saved on my computer?
Originally posted by chiron613
What I saw was clearly a raindrop, because the odd-looking disk doesn't show up in the default image. When I followed the instructions of another member, I saw the image correctly.
I have no clue what that is. It doesn't look like any known aircraft, balloons, weather phenomena, etc. I can't imagine how it might be part of the landscape, obscured somehow by "clouds" (such a claim would be grasping for straws). I've never seen any film, CCD, or lens anomaly such as this.
Assuming the OP is not taking the urine, I'd guess it's a UFO.
Originally posted by PhotonEffect
Originally posted by Jubjub
I'm a huge believer in UFO's and have seen weird flying stuff a couple of times. However the UFO in this image, I'm sorry to say, is nothing more than a raindrop. (And yes, I'm looking at the big picture all the way out to the right)
Is there anyone who can provide photographic evidence that would corroborate the theory that this black saucer shaped object is in fact a raindrop on the window?
I mean, there's already a raindrop on that window and it looks nothing like the object in question.
Originally posted by research100
so interesting, at least you have a pic to show! A few months ago at 4:55 pm, I was driving west down the freeway with my daughter and her boyfriend, we see this silver thing up in the sky, glowed really shiny on the west side it was longer than it was wide.
I yell at my daughter to grab her phone and take a pic, I was glancing back and forth form the traffic to the object, the boyfriend watched it continuously, then, he looked down for 1 second and looked back up and it was gone..... my daughter couldn't get the camera out in time
I thought we were at a bad vantage point and we would see it as we kept going....but no it disappeared (it did not appear to be moving at the time we saw it)
I was trying to be logical running all the things it could be in my mind at the time, how could it just disappear like that? no pic so I didn't start a thread, but interesting.
Originally posted by freeradical
I know the Armed forces trains for mountain drop offs in Chinnock helicopters over Snowdonia. Could it be that the Nokia mobile camera couldnt pick up the chopper blades in motion?
I want to believe! You could have got one of the best UFO photo's i've seen in a while.
[edit on 25-7-2009 by freeradical]