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Captured spirit, ghost orb picture in winter

Updated on March 11, 2013

Spirit generated orb images of winter

This image was captured in Los Angeles Ca,, following a funeral, memorial service for Brother Patrick. Strong stuff!
This image was captured in Los Angeles Ca,, following a funeral, memorial service for Brother Patrick. Strong stuff! | Source
Spirit generated orb images are always with us. The photo was taken at dusk in December.
Spirit generated orb images are always with us. The photo was taken at dusk in December. | Source
No, this is not the moon! Captured in December at dusk, the air was cold and clear. There was no dust or smoke noted...It's a beauty!
No, this is not the moon! Captured in December at dusk, the air was cold and clear. There was no dust or smoke noted...It's a beauty! | Source
The "blue" spirit generated orb is believed to be a spirit guide or guardian by those that study such things. It appears to me when I mentally ask passed loved ones to drop in and say hello.
The "blue" spirit generated orb is believed to be a spirit guide or guardian by those that study such things. It appears to me when I mentally ask passed loved ones to drop in and say hello. | Source
In this winter photo not the shape of the snow flakes. snow is not round, or oblong; spirit generated orbs are. This image was captured with a single lense cell phone camera with no flash..
In this winter photo not the shape of the snow flakes. snow is not round, or oblong; spirit generated orbs are. This image was captured with a single lense cell phone camera with no flash.. | Source
Note the blue colored spirit guide orb. atherial mist? most likely. This December night was clear and cold...
Note the blue colored spirit guide orb. atherial mist? most likely. This December night was clear and cold... | Source

Finding and photographing spirit orb images in winter.

I’m often asked by fellow spirit orb image enthusiast and the curious; where do orbs go in the winter, and why can’t I see them? Good questions both!

This orb hunter believes that spirits are always present. I’ve captured their generated orb images under most lighting and weather conditions; direct, intense sunlight being the exception.

The rare or missing winter orb imagery is primarily due to the inability of a camera lens and processor to discern the reflective light of a spirit generated orb; from that of direct sunlight; or bright indoor lighting. Although at times, if one looks closely, they may discover a (hole) in a photographed image.

The orb image under high light conditions; will be indicated by a lighter color (shade contrast) on a background; or primary image in that photograph.

Orbs in the snow: Yes, this orb hunter has captured many spirit orb images under snow or rain conditions. The trick here is to discern the shape of the orb, as opposed to raindrops; snowflakes; etc.

Note: Sprit generated orb images are most often spherical, and tend to move in intentional patterns. This makes recognizing an orb relatively easy to pick out of a winter weather photograph.

Others at Oregon Orb House believe that spirit’s retire to the indoors during winter. Nancy King of Eugene, Oregon believes that the in climate weather, as well as the heightened holiday and family activity; lends itself to the capturing of spirit or guarding orb images indoors.

Also, orbs generated by passed loved ones or guardian spirits; often appear in photos taken of children at play; animal nature photographs; outdoor concerts and parties.

Capturing spirit generated orb images: I find that the most effective way to capture a ghost, spirit, or orb image is with an inexpensive digital camera. I’ve also captured these images with single lens cellphone cameras; high end Nikon DSL’s; and 36mm film cameras. Orb images have been captured digitally or on film since the advent of the camera.

While I continue to discover orb images in personal photos taken over the decades, I find that positive intent as to their existence; has increased my success at capturing these images a hundred fold.

Interested in orb image photography? Go for it!

Note: I’m always interested in your orb or ghost image encounter. To share or simply ask a question: parksmccants@gmail.com

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