posted on Mar, 15 2006 @ 09:36 AM
The single ball of light is a single drop of water infront of your camera, drops will fall from the trees. The closer it is to your camera the
brighter and larger it will appear.
If I had a digi cam I could go out when it's rainng and make plenty of pictures like this.
The only pic interesting in this thread is the one with the boy, I take your word that you did not see anyone there, and it bleeding welll looks like
a boy, if I was closer I'd go there myself to see how the effect was created. But all I can do is wait for you or someone else to go back and tke
another EXACT location replica with and without some sort of object in situ for a scale reference, the object can be anything, even a bright red
jacket hung on a branch would do fine, but you must measure it so we know how big it is.
You must also tell us what is at the boys feet, how high is the top of the wall from the road surface, was the boy standing on the wall or the road
behind the wall etc etc.
As time moves on we are losing the oportunity to see exactly what might have caused the boy to appear, e.g. a shaded area of brown leaves which might
now have fallen. The longer you leave it the less credible the story will become.