|orbs, during rain, Brazil.|
Taken by Hira
After posting numerous photos of orbs over my blogging years, someone has finally asked ”What are orbs”? Thank you, Carol Warren on Slow Motion in Florida, for asking. This is a highly controversial issue and has come under more scrutiny since digital photography immerged. Most pro-orb believers think orbs are a form of consciousness gathering in areas and are captured digitally/film. The con people, of course, don’t believe anything of the sort, and say they are rain drops, dust particles, or artifacts.
|My g-g grandfather's grave |
in central Texas on 35mm film
|One single orb on galley towel|
Columbia River daylight without flash
|Behind Cottonwood Island, Columbia River at sunset|
without flash. Note movement of plasma on left side.
Just as I am writing this and want to tell Carol, who asked the question, she makes a comment on the blog. I am about to type: Carol, since she is such a wonderful photographer that if she went back to old photos I'm sure she would see orbs. Carol, and to answer your question, "no, you don't have to believe, to see them on photos." 15 years ago when I took the photo of my gg grandfather's grave and saw the beam of light either going in or coming out of the grave, I remember saying," gosh, what is this?" It changed my life, by adding another dimension to it.
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