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Originally posted by tnhiker
I have several trail cams scattered around my property. One to catch the mountain lion/cougar/panther that comes around about every 3 months, and two to catch the thieves who broke into my camper. >.<
I got a couple pictures like that once, and then switched to video capture. Video capture is much more efficient, especially if you can check it every day. With single shots like this, depending on the type of trail cam(most are crap) it will get blur, over exposure, etc.
That picture is a person with a light that shined pretty much at the trail cam when it went off. They usually click, then the "flash" turns red as the IR light comes on, then it takes a picture. The delay is long enough that if something is close to the camera and walking at a decent clip it triggers and then you have a pretty night picture of nothing.
Originally posted by reject
Originally posted by Kreyvic
reply to post by rickymouse
I was thinking phosphorous based methamphetamine's. I know of too many tweekers that love to go stomping thru the woods in the middle of the night to poach or thieve. Apparently to much P-dope will make that person glow brighter.
Originally posted by Aliensun
reply to post by reject
Obviously, it is a fairly, we see the wings and the magic wand in the left hand.
What more proof do you need?
(I'm only half-joking!)
Originally posted by JayinAR
Also, this wasn't submitted by police.
The police are commenting on the lights in the woods, not the photo.
I wonder how you arrived at that conclusion.
I just thought this would be something to share with everyone.
I guess that's because I've always kind of thought of rangers as cops...
Originally posted by reject
reply to post by winofiend
still its a pretty decent photoshop you did there...
anyway, wouldn't it be a crime to mislead an officer of the law if the complainants fabricated a story then gave the cops a fake picture?
the cop who submitted this also says there's another picture given to a
(different cop)DNR (Department of Natural Resources) Ranger from a separate incident.
why would those people be misleading local police?
c'mon, out with it...
Originally posted by Bybyots
I am really enjoying the photo. We have all learned how disappointing this sort of thing can be in the end, but for the time being, I thought that I would add to the thread that the Tuatha Dé Danann, for instance, are not little people, they were reported to have been the same size that we are.
edit on 27-6-2013 by Bybyots because: .
Originally posted by winofiend
I honestly think it's someone with too much time on their hands.
it's not an insect close to the camera, or the surrounding vegetation would not be 'illuminated', at least in my opinion.
And if you google pixie brush images, there's loads... find the right one I imagine you'd find a match.
the original appears best with a dark background, right where 'he' appears..