Looking at the images with some photoshop image filters and stuff, I cannot see anything anomalous or indicative of manipulation. Good scores in
JpegSnoop (class 2). The images have been resized via some editing program.
They are 800x600 pixels, but the camera does not have that as a default resolution: www.fujifilmusa.com...
However, I do not see any sign that the images have been edited besides saving them at a lower resolution. There are no obvious signs of cut-n-paste
or anything of that nature. All in all, the photos aren't really that spectacular. They clearly show *something*, but... not much of something.
2sec exposure with a shaky camera would have rendered the stars in the background invisible or given them little faint trails from the longer
exposure. This image does NOT look like it was taken with a shaky hand! We can see some background stars despite the intense brightness of the object
in question - in my opinion, the camera would have had to be still for the background stars to show up behind the quite bright object. Furthermore,
the stars are in the same exact spot in each photo. This tells us that the camera was on a tripod for the duration of these shots.
It looks like the object is either emitting its own light or a very shiny (but "fluffy" object, it doesn't look like it would be a very solid
object if it is just reflecting light). Without any reference besides the stars, it is difficult to assess the size and elevation of whatever this is.
However, with the stars in the background, we know this is either 100% sky (no land or anything else visible), OR a photo of something on land in the
dark and there are some lights on in the distance. It really looks like sky to me, though, based on the texture and color gradients. Don't think its
a photo of a mountain or field or dark countryside. It would be very difficult to convince me that this is anything but a photo of the night sky, all
My personal, more subjective thoughts: This is an object moving in the sky, emitting a pulsing light at a frequency 1.5 Hz or below (we see up to 3
light emissions per 2 seconds exposure) and moving about. It could also be a steady light which either morphs shape, or just rotates around as it
moves so that we can see more of its shape. The light is bright and fairly uniform, indicating a scalar (at least not vector or directional) emission
of light. Could be anything. I don't see anything that tells me that this is something mundane or something stranger. It seems to be a real photo of
something that is really there, but the object emitting photons is not visible and it really could be anything. A grouping of chinese lanterns, an
extradimensional light entity dancing about, or a few cotton balls with a really nice flashlight pointed at them.
It's not a hoax IMO, it's a set of legit pictures of something which we cannot identify but which does not lend itself to any particular
Can you elaborate on what you saw with your own eyes? Did it look like an amoeba morphing? Or did it look like a single, solid and unchanging object
rotating as it moved? Were there any sounds or flashing/pulsing lights? Did it look like an amorphous blob for the duration of the sighting?
Thanks for posting these great pics! I would have uploaded images of my photoshop tinkerings, but honestly there is nothing to see there. No extra
detail shown or additional info to be gleaned from photoshop besides that this looks like a totally unedited (except for resizing) photo of some light
source in the sky.