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STRANGE THINGS in some of my photos!!!
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[quote:Kissplash:MV8yMDg3NzMzXzM1MTUyOTY2X0IwNzVCMDNB] Hmmm...picture number 1 seems to have an orb that got 1/2 covered with cloud...how is that possible? I understand why you would think that multi-colored lights are UFOs but IDK. I will examine them closer. Still wondering how a reflection orb should be 1/2 under a cloud...I get a lot of reflector orbs and I'm careful to place them on nearby objects in order to prove they are reflector orbs but even when I get them in a cloud covered sky they usually just go ON the cloud...not under. Hmmmm...nice pics OP! Thanks for sharing! :hf: [/quote]
Okay, I had become somewhat obsessed with chemtrails a while ago and began taking photos and videos whenever I saw them (if possible). With nothing else in mind other than chemtrails I never focused on anything in my photos besides them. Until today..... I decided to free up some memory by deleting some photos when I noticed some unusual things. I am going to post the photos ASAP. Working on it now. These strange things include two suns and ufo's in my photos. Will post the photos very soon. Just wanted to get this out. Need others to view my photos and give their opinions. Thanks guys!
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