|We set about trying to photograph dust. Our back driveway is a myriad
of dry dust, and vehicles, construction equipment, boats and dogs. There
is no moon and the wind is almost still, cigarette smoke curls gently in
the immediate area with a northerly breeze during the later hours.
Alas, as interesting as the experiment was, as it provided some great dust pictures, it simply raised more questions.
|867 - 877: Paper plates were placed five feet apart, their number designating how far they were from the camera. The fence is approximately 75 feet from the camera. A few pictures are taken before dark to establish the area without the dogs. The sunset is quite pretty.|
|878 - 906: We return after dark without the dogs, settle
down and finally take pictures. 891 to 895 show orbs high in the pictures,
but only in a few shots.
At 896, David starts walking past the plates, literally dragging his feet. The dogs are about, and the dust is abundant, but only in the first picture taken with the Panasonic. I am holding perfectly still, taking pictures sitting low to the ground, ten feet from the first plate. The first walk is complete with picture 906.
|With the Sony, pictures of the area are taken, several orbs appear in the trailer area to our right (no dogs or any activity are taking place there) as well as a few odd orbs in the driveway. David takes another walk past the plates from 75 to 83, orbs vary a great deal but no dust appears as it had with the Panasonic. 76 has a large, solitary greenish dust?/orb.|
|Additional Panasonic shots to 974 show a variance of orbs, and then nothing at all. Dust?|
|975 - 1002: The dogs are in the house, the air is allowed to settle, and I return to the same spot in the back driveway. After waiting five minutes for any dust I may have stirred up I start taking photos, one after the other. Now, there is a constant display, a wide variance of dust/orbs and their movement is easily tracked, yet only a few can be looked at seriously. If this is dust, I did not cause it.|
|Questions and Conclusions: (remember, draw up your own opinions)|
|The obvious dust (plentiful) looks very different than an unidentified solitary orb|
|Dust does not show up from twenty feet away.|
|Why didn't David's first return walk produce dust?|
|The angle of the lens and flash makes a huge difference|
|To play the pictures in a preview, one after the other, you can easily track movement|
|Object movement is going against the wind.|
|Orbs (objects that are not dust or pollen) do exist, the bright, light, coloured ones, BUT, what are they?|
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