Do you ever have weird things show up in your photographs?
I have eyes, like human eyes, show up in my photos and the one below probably too small to make out has at least five which is unusual even for me. They appear in clouds and trees and I do not photo shop them in, I don't even have the knowledge to and no one else has access to my photos. Not everyone can see them but they seem clear to me. Just wondered how many others might experience this.
I have captured colorful rings or auroras around light sources; exaggerated sunbeams; foggy pictures with smears or bad coloring that causes subjects to look more like monsters than people; a lucky shot of someone who looks much, much better than the actual person; pictures of clouds that resemble ice cream, stuffed or real animals or cartoon characters; night pictures of kudzu-covered trees that resemble giant creatures like elephants/mammoths, godzillas, giraffes, and many more. My answer to your question is "Yes!"
I can't see them. It just looks like some clouds above trees against a pretty blue sky.
I take pictures of campfire and all kinds of stuff shows up. I have a picture that looks like snoopy walking with a cane, a couple dancing in the fire, faces in the fire.
Great question Jackie!
To the right of the second tree there may be a pair of eyes, but they seem far apart? I will keep studying the picture, and yes, it would be great if you could enlarge it. I often see clouds in the formation of an angel ...the cloud to your lower right I see a side view of an angel looking to the left of the photo, with fluffy wings and a lot of hair with a 'bun like' top to her hair. Her arms are short but it looks to me like she is holding a tiny cloud with the side view of an infant sitting on it. So much for my IMAGE-ination
I LOVE studying pictures! I have one with a little angel sitting on a tree branch, and several from Gettysburg PA where they do ghost tours. Faces of soldiers appear in these photos.
Also a lot of photos have orbs in them, clear translucent balls.
I wrote a hub 'Are there ghosts in Gettysburg?' quite awhile ago, and a friend was able to post a photo with it of a red building covered in orbs.
I will keep looking for eyes. Blessings, Sparklea
I always take pictures on Christmas Morning.
A few years back after getting my pics developed there was one picture that showed a face. I don't know who it was but it was a woman with very distinct features.
And she appeared to have a halo over her head,
I was excited by it.
Everyone else thought it was the way the sun was hitting the glass.
Wish I had it!
To my knowledge, I have never seen anything like that, but now I am shooting 100-200 shots a day on good days. Perhaps I should look more closely.
Yes. I have taken pictures where there are strange looking translucent images clearly visible. Oddly the weirdest one I have ever taken was in bright daylight on a forest walk. When downloaded you could clearly see a creepy cat like creature in the picture. I no longer walk that route!
The world is a strange place and I suppose we will never really know what the anomalies are. We just learn to live with the questions.
Yes, I took a picture of fire in my fireplace just for nostalgic purposes and a FB friend noticed a face in the fire. Look to the views left and zoom in if you can.
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