reply to post by cygnusX
The data simply shows the facts about the actual image, such as creation date, shutter speed, camera type, etc etc, often times you will see
discrepencies in the dates or the sequence of the photos, items that point out that the images are not all they are claimed to be.
I didnt expect that in your photos, i totally expected the data to back up everything that you said, and it does, minus the small issue with the date,
which could easily be described by 1) you simply forgetting the date or 2) more likely the camera was programmed for the wrong date (happens often,
especially if its older and hasnt taken a leap year date, or time zone changes).
I dont think that this is a hoax, such as throwing aluminum foil in the air haha. Although we have seen such things in ufology many many many times.
At the end of the day, I think there is evidence that this has a more mundane explanation than a morphing, otherworldly craft. The fact that it could
be explained by such instances as a kite, a tarpaulin, even a foil emergency blanket that has been ripped a little by being left out in the woods
before being picked up by the wind.
It could be any of those, but it doesnt necessarily mean that it is. I always remind people that the only person who knows what they actually saw is
themselves, and to take everything that is added by the members in these forums into account and apply it to their personal experience. I often try to
debunk the images/videos here, although I am a believer, because to convince a staunch skeptic, there has to be not one shred of doubt into what the
image/video is. In this case, I have doubt.
Consider yourself lucky that you had this experience and can share it. I have only one bonafide UFO sighting in my life, and it was only witnessed by
myself and my wife, no photo, no video, just a memory.
Thanks for sharing all of this with us here