Friday, March 22, 2019

Orange Orbs

Below are some mysterious orange orbs I photographed in recent days.

orange orbs

Monday, March 18, 2019

Their Weird Blue Circumferences

Photo date: January 31, 2019. Photographer: Mark Mahin.

I took the photo below while photographing only ordinary drops of pure clean water falling against a dark background. We see two weird features of these objects: (1) they have blue rings around their circumferences; (2) they have big holes.

orb holes

Saturday, March 16, 2019

Her Superb Orb Photos

I've discovered a huge repository of impressive orb photos taken by Marion Atehsa Cyrus.  The best way to see hundreds of her photos is to (1) log into Facebook; (2) use this link;  (3) click on Photos, and scroll down; (4) click on one of the photos at the top, and then keep pressing the > button at the right of each photo to see more photos.   I consider her collection one of the top five collections of orb photos anywhere on the Internet.

The Facebook search string is: Orbs-videos von atehsa

Among the things I notice in her collection are the following:

(1) Very many of what I call orb veils.
(2) Very many orbs with holes, which I also get abundantly.
(3) A very high number of orbs with what looks kind of like a nucleus (or a ringed nucleus) in their center. I don't get that effect very often.
(4) Quite a few orbs with colored stripes or dark stripes (I also get striped orbs abundantly).
(5) Some examples of speeding orbs.
(6) An incredible variety of orb colors.

Marion is the author of two books on orbs. Since Marion gets an extremely high degree of repetition of her distinctive "nucleus" pattern, which shows up in 50+ of her photos, her collection provides further dramatic evidence for the phenomenon of repeating patterns in mysterious orbs (also shown very strongly in this set of photos I have taken).

1000 Orb Holes Today, All on the Right

Photo date: March 16, 2019. Photographer: Mark Mahin.

The photo is one I took when photographing nothing but ordinary drops of water falling against a dark background.

orb holes

When I started to photograph falling water drops today, at first I got only featureless orbs. Beginning at 9:31 AM today,  the orbs started to have holes, like we see above. I then took 100 straight photos showing orbs with these holes. There was a total of more than 1000 such orb holes that appeared in my photos, and every single one of them was on the right side of the orb.  At 9:42 the orb holes stopped appearing.

Below from January 19, 2019 is a closeup photo of such an orb hole, showing how you can see right through such a hole.

orb hole

Spooked Steeple?

Photo date: March 12, 2019. Photographer: Mark Mahin.

The photo below shows a mysterious orb I photographed near St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York.

church orb

There was no fog, mist, rain or precipitation on this night.

Thursday, March 14, 2019

Orange Haste

Photo date: March 11, 2019. Photographer: Mark Mahin.

The photo below shows a mysterious orb I photographed in the sky.

speeding orange orb

There was no fog, mist, rain or precipitation on this night.

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

The Orb's Little Ring

Photo date: March 12, 2019. Photographer: Mark Mahin.

The photo below shows a mysterious orb I photographed in Grand Central Terminal in New York. You can see a little ring inside the orb.  See here for similar photos.

orb with ring