posted on Feb, 27 2011 @ 07:41 PM
Hi guys, thanks for the support and kind words. I'll try to respond to all the questions/accusations
Vandalour - Wow. That was a bit uncalled for! I can honestly say that the camera wasn't moved during the taking of the pictures. My wife is a keen
amature photographer and regularly takes pictures of star trails/light trails and even then the camera isn't moved as that wouldn't work. That's
the point of a long exposure, the object moves, the camera doesn't. That's what creates the trail effect. In all those pictures you've posted the
camera is stationary while the object isn't so I'm not exactly sure how they prove your point
Kali74 - I'm afraid I wouldn't know if it still shows up as we have since relocated to Devon and we haven't had any sightings of that sort since we
tsawyer2 - I have no idea of the distance I'm afraid. A mile? I really don't know and guessing probably wouldn't give an accurate indication. My
wife has just checked the exif data on the photos, the first star like image was shot with a 2 second exposure, the one dropping from the sky was a 5
second and the rest were 10 seconds. I'll have a look for the originals and post them if I can find them but you will have to zoom in a helluva lot
to see the object in any sort of detail.
I'm a little shocked by Vandalours post. I'm just posting my pictures man. I'm not claiming they're crafts or anything I'm just looking for
opinions, that's all. Again guys, thanks for the support.