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Originally posted by mommychristmas
They look like people walking into the field.
Originally posted by noisemedia
Im going to agree with the camera shake comment. Ive seen this type of thing alot. (No that doesnt make me an expert or debunker or any of that ish).
It just looks like the effect that is produced when an object is moving during a longer exposure. We all know faster shutter speeds freeze motion, and likewise slower speeds often add that ghosty effect.
Of course thats just my opinion. I havent looked at the EXIF data or anything. Who knows, it could end up being real, but I doubt it.
Originally posted by selfharmonise
I think this is produced by camera shake - the anomaly looks to me like it has a similar shape to the road sign to the left of the photo.
Interested in others' views on this...
[edit on 6-6-2010 by selfharmonise]
Originally posted by SpaDe_
Originally posted by patmac
Notice the building's brightness. It's being directly hit by the sun. The image on the street is the sunlight bouncing off of the windows and reflecting onto the ground. Compare the angle of the sunlight (estimated) and where the angle of the windows would project a reflection and you will come to the same realization.
I'd consider this debunked.
I am going to have to agree with the above. I was going to post the exact same thing. Take a look at the road its wet from rain as well which would enhance the reflection from the windows.