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Originally posted by Malynn
*rocks back and forth holding her head between her hands*
Tip: READ THE THREAD before posting. How can we expect to have any kind of intelligent discussion on a site where the majority of the members either can't or don't bother to read?
Originally posted by ~widowmaker~
been staring at it for hours on end and something just doesnt seem right(other than a ufo lol) it seems the colors are off or too bright on object, to right there is alot of haze/fog comming in and doesnt look as if it is even around the ship, was the camera shes holding the camera that took pick, because it looks like its facing stright out/down where as ufo would def. need camera pointing up from where she is, is this all they had was one pic , seems odd
i cant figure it out but i know it wasnt taken with that camera, just follow stright line out from where its pointing, it will be ground/lower edge of cliffside at angle its at in pics
Originally posted by BigBrotherDarkness
reply to post by magma
Why would they report sounds if they are hoaxing or trying to get some publicity? Who else can verify no sounds? her, her companion, and some goats...
Templeton claims to have been visited after the photograph was published by two men from "Her Majesty's Government" who refused to show their identification, referred to each other as numbers, and asked him questions about the activities of local bird life and the weather conditions on the day of the photograph. Templeton claims that when he refused to admit the photo was of a passer-by, the men became angry and drove away leaving him stranded on the marsh five miles from home
Originally posted by adjensen
Originally posted by Komodo
Originally posted by redoubt
Unless the sideview is set to act as a vanity mirror for the driver, there's no logical reason why the photographer would appear in it unless he/she was standing outside the vehicle, near the rear, where it should be reflecting... which they are NOT.
My guess is that the entire scene is staged.
window a bit.. read the OP~!!
Actually, I wondered about this, too, because she's almost perfectly centered in that mirror, so I went out and sat in my car to see whether just having the window down and slightly leaning out (it's clear in the picture that she's not leaning much,) whether I'd be in a similar place in the mirror on my car. Of course, it's a different vehicle, but while I did appear in it, a little, to be centered like that, and to have the mirror reflecting the upper left corner of the back window, the mirror would definitely not be in a position that a driver would normally have it in.
Whether that means anything, I don't know, but it's another oddity of the picture to be noted.
wouldn't you expect it to be flying out of frame in the upper right corner, or anywhere but perfectly aligned as it is?