I was looking at the Daily Mail (yes, I know) pages the other day and came across this story. When I looked at the middle pic of the three, the one
with the farm houses and mountain range in the background, I noticed several things in the sky at the top of the pic. One is quite distinct with
another seemingly coming in from the very left of the pic. There are also a couple of indistinct ones in the pic. When zoomed right in it is clear
they are not birds. Then I'm thinking maybe they are some type of barrage balloon or something due to the tensions over the Falkland Isles. Are they
just faults produced by the camera? I know there are anomalies on the third pic but I think I can safely say they are due to the camera (taken from
video film in the eighties I think). Anyway I can't work out what they are so maybe someone on here can come up with something. Here's the link as I
have no idea how to get a copy of the pic on here that you can zoom in on.
It is either birds and/or a dirty camera lens, plus it's a grainy image. There is nothing in the article to even remotely suggest any UFO's in the
pic. It seems you took a very benign pic and are trying to will UFO's in to it. I might suggest much of that isn't even flying.
webpirate, if you had bothered to read the post you would have realised I was questioning the anomalies. Even the title of the post had a question
mark in it. I even put in a few things that it may have been ie barrage balloons and yes, faults produced by the camera. I was not " trying to will
UFO's into it" I was asking members of this forum if they had any ideas. I would suggest that you in future read a post you intend to reply to and
if a question is being asked you reply to the question to the best of your ability without deciding that you know what the questioner was thinking ie
that I was (trying to will UFO's into it). Maxatoria I tend to agree with you. Thanks for your input.
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