Foggy Orbs … or … Orby Fog

Traffic lights on the highway showed that a light fog had moved in. I grabbed up my camera and headed out to see how it would look in pictures. The low fog came and went 5-6 times. It was low enough I could look up and see a cloudless sky and Orion. During all the in and out of the house fog watching, I ended up with over 120 pictures. Here are a few that illustrate the many possibilities of fog pictures.

IMG_5439 redThe fog had orbs!

This was the first picture I took at 8:15 p.m.

IMG_5449 redThe fog definitely had orbs,

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and it varied in denseness.

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Every picture was an adventure — I had no idea what to expect next.

IMG_5487 redThe fog lifted from around the pine and hackberry tree..

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Orbs stayed behind.

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Several pictures resembled this one.

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This looked more like an “orby fog”

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 and in this picture too.

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My last trip out at 9:45 p.m. was still foggy. There not being a single orb in my last few pictures shocked me.  Apparently the Spirit Beings that emanated the orbs wanted me to have this experience with the fog and orbs.

This picture also shows that these orbs were not, and could not, be formed by the camera lens.

7 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Therese on April 12, 2013 at 2:08 pm

    Like your title! Very interesting!!!! What is reddish orange object in next to last picture?

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  2. I love shooting in the fog, but we don’t see a lot of it here for some reason.

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  3. Wonderful. Will certainly make us rethink the nature of fog. And, I agree with Therese: great title!

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    • Thanks. I really get interesting orbs around our security lights, especially during storms. I set camera on P, don’t use a flash, focus it on something dark or with my hand in front of it. If focus on the light the orbs won’t show. It takes practice.

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