posted on Jun, 12 2011 @ 09:00 PM
Well I have no reason to suspect that your photo is a FAKE because the object is so small and not very clear, and if you were trying to make a hoax,
you could have done a LOT better. Forgive me if that sounds offensive. I'm NOT trying to be considering I've been in this situation. I mean, there is
always more work to be done, right?
Even though it is not clear, it clearly is not an airplane, although I do have questions, mainly about the shutter speed. I see no other trailing of
objects in the photo...do you know what settings you had on? What kind of camera? Did the object look exactly like that? How fast was it moving? WAS
it moving? How long did you watch it?
It COULD have been a satellite. If you see a satellite during the day it usually starts off as a starlike objects and increases drastically in
magnitude, then decreases, lasting about 10 seconds. This is called an iridium, or satellite flare.
Very intriguing. ALWAYS a pleasure to see other "UFO Hunters" on here, especially other people with photos and video.
And pay no attention to the naysayers. Bad evidence is better than none at all. There are ALWAYS going to be people screaming "fake," "CGI," "Staged,"
or whatever. You could think you took a picture or recorded a UFO, and that UFO may have been a planet or star or misidentified plane, and people
would still call it fake or CGI even though what you have evidence of is very real. Same goes for an actual UFO. We live in a society where there is
such a microscopic line between reality and non-reality, that most people don't know the difference.
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