posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 10:09 PM
1. turn auto focus OFF
2. use something
, anything as a stabilizing platform; the ground, a rock, a chair, your knee, someone else's knee, a tree, something stable the
camera can be braced against to keep it steady.
3. during sunset, objects still reflecting sunlight at altitude will shine brilliantly, even though ground observers are in the dark.
4. "it must be energy based beings" ... and then "I don't know what it is" ... which one? typically "I don't know what it is" does not equal
anything other than "I don't know what it is".
5. It appears to be a plane with a slight contrail reflecting the sunlight brilliantly.
6. #5 could be wrong, but, #5 would be consistent with similar sightings under similar conditions.
It's fun to hear the social collusion at work where some will proclaim it's a plane, but such exclamations get negated by "No it's a UFO" until social
collusion breaks the plane spotters into agreement to keep social cohesion despite what they see and know to be a plane.
If bigger proponet for the UFO explanation insisted it was a big mothership and portholes full of aliens waving at them could be seen and he kept
repeating it, eventually everyone would agree with him.
This is how simple, normal, sightings of conventional known phenomenon and aircraft get turned into things far and away beyond anything actually
edit on 11-9-2012 by Druscilla because: (no reason given)