Sorry not PC related

  scarecrow-bill 23:16 02 Feb 10

Took this a few nights back click here
Can anyone see anything unusual?

  scarecrow-bill 23:19 02 Feb 10

Should say it was a clear night and was taken at my local church yard. A number of people think it is strange.
"not sure myself"

  birdface 23:53 02 Feb 10

Very strange why anyone would want to take photos of a church yard at night,Spooky.
But what the orbital lights are I have no idea.
I am sure someone will come up with a reasonable answer though.
Did you actually see them before you took the picture if not I can only imagine it is something to do with whatever you took the photo's with.

  Forum Editor 00:14 03 Feb 10

It looks like a not very successful Photoshop experiment.

  lotvic 00:28 03 Feb 10

cigarette smoke and a couple of spots on lens.

I have a photo very similar of my back garden taken at night last week.

  ky72 01:05 03 Feb 10

yup there is a weirdness in it! it comes across as more in the pic then seems...

  ky72 01:06 03 Feb 10

Question is "whats the Orb's".??Mmmm

  Noldi 06:18 03 Feb 10

"Can anyone see anything unusual?"

The three headstones at the front are not equally spaced?? or uniform in size. It would be easier to see if the photographer was not smoking


  morddwyd 07:49 03 Feb 10

Been done before!

click here

  Quickbeam 08:07 03 Feb 10

Is it something as simple as your breath condensing into the cold night?

And is that your shadow between the stones on the left? Which at least means you can't be a vampire, seeing as they don't have shadows or reflections...

  scarecrow-bill 08:54 03 Feb 10

No changes have been made to the photo. It is as taken and I was not smoking at the time.

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