posted on Mar, 3 2013 @ 10:23 AM
TWO *major* red flags going up:
1) Photographer (as so often) claims he took the picture and then "put away the camera" for some time to discover the UFO afterwards - HOWEVER, the
UFO is nicely centered in the middle of the photo. Unless this image is a crop, I have problems with that.
2) UFO is also nicely placed with the open sky as background, which is ALSO to some extent suspicious since an UFO could very well be "in the air" but
would not ALWAYS need to to happen being placed where the Sky is, it could be against the mountain backdrop as well.
Those are two things which of course don't prove this is a fake/hoax, but in combination those two things make the image VERY suspect to me.
Short: A naive faker would do exactly that: He would place an UFO "in the sky" and in addition quite in the middle of the image centered.
"Logic" tells me that a genuine UFO photo, especially taken unaware there was an UFO there at the time the photo was taken, COULD have the UFO
anywhere in the picture with higher chances its NOT in the middle and not necessarily against the open sky.
edit on 3-3-2013 by flexy123
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