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Originally posted by Palehorse450R
I find it hard to believe lanterns are gonna be equally spaced perfectly as is shown here, you would think they would be more erratic.
Jack in the Burgedit on 7/4/10 by Palehorse450R because: Sp
Originally posted by tacjtg
reply to post by thestillborn1
Wow! So great to hear that others are seeing this too.
Originally posted by Elepheagle
I opened up the photo in Photoshop and played around with Brightness/Contrast, and I also inverted the colors. I did not see anything to indicate it was a solid object; ended up looking more like three points of light.
Very interesting story, and sounds very much like the infamous sighting in Belgium. Thank you for sharing!
Originally posted by Chadwickus
reply to post by elevenaugust
Basically, it comes down to perspective.
When it's viewed side on the triangle appears to be obtuse, for it to appear (close to) equilateral like in the picture it would need to be flying on it's side, right?
Or almost directly overhead.
Then, as you say there is the fact that there is no change on colouration between the lights, suggesting there's nothing there.
THEN, with the video showing two lights gone, makes me lean even further towards lanterns...
Yes, it's pretty rare to have them in an (almost) equilateral triangle but it isn't impossible and more probable than the craft being perpendicular to the observer.