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Lee croft
06-08-10, 00:10
So i was taking pictures and i looked back at one i notcied this three red-ish lights

http://i856.photobucket.com/albums/ab128/123britneyfan/DSC01533.jpg

Does anyone know what these are called??
And I'm not saying there are ghosts or what ever but i wanted to know the name of them and thought it would be interesting to share the picture :)

patriots88888
06-08-10, 00:13
What were you trying to photograph because besides that, all I see is what appears to be an empty room?

Lara's Nemesis
06-08-10, 00:13
There have been massive explosions on the surface of the Sun that have caused lights in the sky. The Northern Lights.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/today/hi/today/newsid_8887000/8887754.stm

Lee croft
06-08-10, 00:17
What were you trying to photograph because besides that, all I see is what appears to be an empty room?

I was trying to take a picture of me but my phone moved backwards causing the shot to go alot higher up, its my sitting room ceiling ...please tell me you see three tiny red lights on the left hand side XD

There have been massive explosions on the surface of the Sun that have caused lights in the sky. The Northern Lights.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/today/hi/today/newsid_8887000/8887754.stm

Yes but this is in my sitting room not outside :p

Uzi master
06-08-10, 00:19
it doesnt look like aura borealis, on my bright computer I can actually see flametails behind what appear to be distanct objects, where was this taken?:confused:

oh in your sitting room, was there a window behind you?

Lee croft
06-08-10, 00:21
The curtains are closed you cant see the windows behind them.

I was'nt taking the photo, the photo was on timer :p

Uzi master
06-08-10, 00:22
I was still posting a reply:p

(and editted)

Lara's Nemesis
06-08-10, 00:22
I was trying to take a picture of me but my phone moved backwards causing the shot to go alot higher up, its my sitting room ceiling ...please tell me you see three tiny red lights on the left hand side XD



Yes but this is in my sitting room not outside :p

In that case it looks like a big pink 3 eyed monster only visible through the lens of a camera.:yik:

patriots88888
06-08-10, 00:23
Most likely lighting exposure and distortion of whatever lighting source you had in your room at the time.

Lee croft
06-08-10, 00:23
I was still posting a reply:p

(and editted)

mine too :p

Hairhelmet12
06-08-10, 00:25
Probably just reflection's and junk :\

Chocola teapot
06-08-10, 00:25
Either...

A: Dust on the lense.

B: Reflected light?

C: Your house is Haunted.

xcrushterx
06-08-10, 00:26
Look like orbs. You are being haunted.

There have been massive explosions on the surface of the Sun that have caused lights in the sky. The Northern Lights.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/today/hi/today/newsid_8887000/8887754.stm

We might still see them? Also that guy said that they happen from time to time in Scotland. I call severe shenanigans.

Uzi master
06-08-10, 00:28
Look like orbs. You are being haunted.



We might still see them? Also that guy said that they happen from time to time in Scotland. I call severe shenanigans.

again that look's nothing like the aura borealis (or northern lights).

xcrushterx
06-08-10, 00:30
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again that look's nothing like the aura borealis (or northern lights).

..I know what the northern lights look like :p I was just asking if there was still a chance that we'd get to see them in the UK lol.

aktrekker
06-08-10, 00:57
Lens flare.

http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tutorials/lens-flare.htm

Lee croft
06-08-10, 01:05
Lens flare.

http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tutorials/lens-flare.htm

Thank you :D

voltz
06-08-10, 01:07
That or three satellites getting toasted.

just*raidin*tomb
06-08-10, 01:09
That's what camera lenses do when facing the sun. I'd advise you to clean your lense. It may help a little.

Lara's home
06-08-10, 01:33
Looks like 3 eyes. You took a picture of a monster ghost.

Tombraiderx08
06-08-10, 01:35
It's the strongest force of malevolence the world has ever known. Dust, you'd better evacuate.

WCookie
06-08-10, 01:54
It's the strongest force of malevolence the world has ever known. Dust, you'd better evacuate.

Lmao :vlol:

TippingWater
06-08-10, 01:55
So i was taking pictures and i looked back at one i notcied this three red-ish lights

http://i856.photobucket.com/albums/ab128/123britneyfan/DSC01533.jpg

Does anyone know what these are called??
And I'm not saying there are ghosts or what ever but i wanted to know the name of them and thought it would be interesting to share the picture :)

OMG Chompy and Underpus' love child :yik: !

Lee croft
06-08-10, 01:58
It's the strongest force of malevolence the world has ever known. Dust, you'd better evacuate.

Was this the reason you laughed on msn? :p