posted on Sep, 28 2013 @ 11:37 AM
reply to post by Raxoxane
Based on what you imply about seeing it later when looking at the picture... that you did not see it when the picture was taken, I would ask that you
consider the art of camoflage.
For example, if the bottom of a plane is sky blue and the top drab green... would it be spotted less often? From above it would be seen as terrain and
from below as sky to the "human eye". How about a non human "eye"? A camera will pick up objects that to a reasonable person would go unnoticed. Night
vision or IR cameras see even more as another example.
That being said I do not believe the object has a sky blue underside. It is safe to assume, if it is not terrestrial, that a form of camoflage would
be used whether it is holographic, imitation, or even a technology developed to bend light when viewed by a human eye.
Nice photo, I am sure someone here can look at the flights in the air at that place and time to help you find out if it was a registered flight or a
"UFO" by its' definition. Just need place and time.
edit on 28-9-2013 by Volund because: phone typo