posted on Oct, 27 2010 @ 12:47 PM
Anyone else noticed the grey patch in front of the object is not there in either of the other frames? That grey patch could possibly be some sort of
bird looking at the object? It facing away from the camera so a sort of rear head and shoulders shot looking along the back of the bird?
As for the object itself, I haven't a scooby. Also note, if you go to a negative of the image, the white area turns black. Now, of course it does you
cry, but if it were a reflection of something bouncing around inside the camera lens, you'd expect some sort of umbra and or penumbra effect around
the object and distinct point of refection that would be darker than the surrounding blur. In this case all that is white turns black in the negative.
That does tend to suggest we are viewing an object that is solid and has its' own inherent measurable albedo.
The one mundane object it's shape brings to mind is that of a big floppy sun hat. Given the location that would be perfectly in keeping. That said,
it really should be in all the frames and I'm pretty sure the photographer would have noticed it flapping around. It might not scared the turkeys,
but I'm sure it would have attracted their attention with its' movement.