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Arrsers self taken photo collection.

anglo

LE
Watching the House Sparrows, the youngsters trying to get the adults to feed them,

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anglo

LE
This is a screenshot from a video this morning, watch the strange thing above the water tray.
I haven't a clue what it is, it moved as in the sequence of the photos
any ideas? Last image enlarged

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They look similar to what "ghosthunters" describe as orbs. (they sometimes provide pictures to back up their claims).

ETA: The following lifted straight from Wikipedia. Seems to back up post #68015.

"Orbs"
Some ghost hunters claim that circular artifacts appearing in photographs are spirits of the dead or other paranormal phenomena, however, such visual artifacts are a result of flash photography illuminating a mote of dust or other particle, and are especially common with modern compact and ultra-compact digital cameras.
 

anglo

LE
They look similar to what "ghosthunters" describe as orbs. (they sometimes provide pictures to back up their claims).

ETA: The following lifted straight from Wikipedia. Seems to back up post #68015.

"Orbs"
Some ghost hunters claim that circular artifacts appearing in photographs are spirits of the dead or other paranormal phenomena, however, such visual artifacts are a result of flash photography illuminating a mote of dust or other particle, and are especially common with modern compact and ultra-compact digital cameras.
MMMMM, dust rising above the warm water reflecting light back to the camera
sounds feasible
 

joey88

Old-Salt
B29 "Bockscar" at the at the national museum of the United States airforce in Dayton, Ohio.
I visited in 2017, well worth a trip.
Dropped the Nagasaki atomic bomb , 9th August 1945.
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Kirkz

LE
Latest additions to the House of Tat collection...

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Scandinavian carved wooden jug, cost 50p.

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African turkana or wooden pillow/head rest, cost £1.
 

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