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|Description ||I am curious. I have noticed on a couple of the pictures I took at the Solstice there is a full moon like object in the sky, it does not seem to be light noise/reflection from the lighting gantries. We were emerging from the dark of the moon at Solstice, does the moon give off reflected dirty Earth light or something? Any ideas? I've included the three full sized images I have of this on the right of the picture.|
|Andy B |
|The three white blobs in the top right look like your flash reflecting dust or water drops on the lens. Other thoughts?|
|I often get them in my photos too, I believe they are energy spots of spirits that are allowing themselves to be photographed (Angels and Guides). Summer Solstice at Stonehendge is a powerful time of year.|
|Dull but realistic answer is that they are water droplets or dust particles on the lens. |
|Digital cameras are always picking up these 'orbs', which many folks seem to want to believe are 'ghosts' or 'spirits'. It doesn't seem to occur really with an old-fashioned 'film' camera! Must be something to do with how digital cameras work?|
|Could well be water droplets - see http://pixiweb.spacehopper.org/gallery/unsnorted/digi_very_damp ...|
|Go to the discussion RIGHT HERE in the forum for more discussion on this phenomenon.|
|the trouble with compacts is the flash is too near to the lense, this makes dust particals glow.|
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