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UFO. Canada

ID #1634043878
Added Tue, 12/10/2021
Author July N.
Sources
Phenomena
Status
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Initial data

Initial information from sources or from an eyewitness
Incident date: 
19.09.2013
Location: 
Карибу, NS
Canada

On October 3, I received a long-distance phone call from Mr. Michael McMaster from Caribou, Nova Scotia. He told me about what he had taken on camera, which was inexplicable. He sent me the following photos along with this accompanying report:

"They were taken on September 19, 2013, here in Caribou, near Pictou, Nova Scotia, Canada - on family property. I have their names in the order they were taken and the time stamp marked by my camera.

These are original and untouched photos. There are other before and after shots, general landscapes of the area that were taken at that time. We DIDN'T notice the balloon when the pictures were taken. Only after looking at them on October 1, while browsing photos, I noticed an image on 7014, and then "discovered" the second one on 7016 and put together a sequence of events.

"When I saw them the other day, as I said, looking through some of the photos we took, I took another look at 7014... what it is. The moon is coming, and it's not... Mars?" the thing is too big. The lens of my camera is not so powerful!" - blew it up and noticed the reflection of the moon on the left side of this perfectly round ball.

After a few minutes, I consistently look through the remaining photos and notice that in photo 7016 it is there again and disappeared in the next picture 7017, taken a few seconds later. Not immediately after that, since we did not photograph this object (had no idea what it was in the photo), we photographed the pink sky in the case of 7016 and 7017. Again, if it was something floating in the air, like a cloud or a balloon, etc., shouldn't it still be there after 24 seconds? Let 's move !!

Image titles - with time stamped by my Canon EOS Rebel XS camera - (in excellent repair)

Caribou NS September 19, 19:38:58 7011 - with the moon

Caribou NS September 19, 19:39:09 7012 - with the moon

Caribou NS September 19, 19:39:22 7013 - with the moon

Caribou NS September 19, 19:39: 33 PM 7014 - with the moon - "sPhere" - photographer looks at the East

Caribou, NS September 19, 19:39:51 7015 - moving from east to south

Caribou, NS September 19, 19:40:13 7016 - Pink Sky - "Orb" - photographer face to

face with a Southern Caribou, NS September 19, 19:40:37 7017 - Pink Sky

The numbers on the right (from 7011 to 7017) are the image numbers assigned by my camera. The camera also records the time of shots, dates, speed and aperture.

(Please note - the total time between the first and last image is 1 minute 35 seconds)

There are only 40 seconds between images 7014 and 7016 at this height, which should correspond to a significant distance of 40 seconds. The distance traveled between the image 7014 (facing east) and 7016 (facing south) is quite large in a time of 40 seconds and leads to a complete change of direction (the advantage of the photographer) from east to south.

We didn't have a chance to "see" it when we photographed the "beautiful moon" and the "pink night sky". Obviously, this thing was moving too fast. Again, we only noticed a round "spot" (what I now call a "ball") on the first photo of 7014 a couple of days ago and started asking questions.

Shared this with some family members, they seem to agree that there is something in the photo. Of course, they know me, and it was interesting what my nephew said:

"If it came from someone he didn't know, didn't recognize the property, knew I wouldn't have any interest in exposing myself "there," he would have rejected those images. Perhaps I would have said the same thing. Makes you think about other stories you hear.

In the first frame (from 7011 to 7014) we are looking to the east. Picture 7015 is moving from east to west. Images 7016 and 7017 are facing south. So it's a pretty big chunk of the sky where something is moving so fast. How many miles at this altitude in 30 seconds!?

These images have a good enough resolution to blow them up pretty big (after a while you lose focus), but the shape is round. No matter how big you blow it up, the edges are not distorted. It's not a cloud or a wisp of smoke. The pink image, 7016, shows the image quite clearly again.

We had no idea these images were here. It doesn't seem like "airplane" or "swamp gas" to me. And the distance he moved then... unsurprisingly, it is not visible to the naked eye.

This is not a joke ... I have the original photos (with date and time) unchanged, and I have no skills, software, time, or interest in the game.

Well, what do you think?

Thank you for watching and coming back to me with any feedback that you think is related or explains or supports these images as....... What ???

Michael McMaster "

 

Original news

Date: September 19
Location: Caribou, Nova Scotia

On October 3, I received a long-distance phone call from a Mr. Michael MacMaster of Caribou, Nova Scotia. He told me about something he captured on camera that was unexplainable. He sent me the following photographs, along with this accompanying report:

"These were taken September 19th, 2013 here in Caribou, NS, Just outside of Pictou, Nova Scotia, Canada - on family property. I have them in named in the order they were taken and timed stamped by my camera.

"These are original and untouched photos. There are others before and after, general scenery shots of the area being taken at the time. We did NOT notice the orb when the pictures were taken. Only after, looking at them October 1st, looking through photos, noticed the image on 7014 and then “discovered” the second on 7016 and pieced the sequence of events together.

"When I saw these the other day, like I said looking through some pictures we took, taking a second look at 7014....what IS that. The moon's coming up and that isn't ....mars? “The thing is way to big.” “My camera lens isn’t that powerful!” – blew it up and noticed the reflection of the moon on the left hand side of this perfectly round ball. What?

"After a few minutes I check on the remaining photos in sequence, and notice on photo 7016 there it is again, and gone in the next shot 7017 taken a few seconds later. Not right after, as we were not taking pictures of this object (had no idea it was on the photo), we were taking pictures of the pink sky in the case of 7016 and 7017. Again, if it was something floating in the air like a cloud or a balloon etc., shouldn’t it still be there 24 seconds later? Moving!!
Picture Titles – with times as stamped by my Canon EOS Rebel XS camera – (in excellent repair)

Caribou NS Sept 19th 7:38:58 PM 7011 – with moon
Caribou NS Sept 19th 7:39:09 PM 7012 – with moon
Caribou NS Sept 19th 7:39:22 PM 7013 – with moon
Caribou NS Sept 19th 7:39:33 PM 7014 – with moon – “Orb” – photographer facing East
Caribou NS Sept 19th 7:39:51 PM 7015 – moving east to south
Caribou NS Sept 19th 7:40:13 PM 7016 – Pink Sky – “Orb” – photographer facing South
Caribou NS Sept 19th 7:40:37 PM 7017 – Pink Sky

The numbers on the far right (7011 through 7017) are the picture numbers assigned by my camera. The camera also records the time of the pictures, dates, speed, and aperture.

(Please note - the total time between the first and last picture is 1 minute 35 seconds)

Between image 7014 and 7016 is only 40 seconds at that altitude, must equate to quite a distance in 40 seconds. The distance travelled between picture 7014 (facing East) and 7016 (facing South) is quite large in a time of 40 seconds and results in a complete directional change (photographers vantage) from east to south.

We had no chance of “seeing” this when we took pictures of the “beautiful moon” and “pink sky at night”. This thing was moving too fast obviously. Again, we only noticed the (what I now call “the orb”) round “spot” on the first picture 7014 a couple of days ago and started questioning.
Have shared this with some family members here, they seem to agree there is something in the photo. Of course, they know me and it was interesting that my nephew said “if it was coming from someone he didn’t know, didn’t recognize the property, knew I wouldn’t have any interest in putting themselves “out there” he would have dismissed these images. I might possibly have said the same thing. Makes you reflect on the other stories you hear.

The first shot (7011 through 7014) we are looking East. Picture 7015 moving from east to west. Pictures 7016 and 7017 are facing south. So a fairly large piece of sky for something to move so quickly across. How many miles at that altitude in 30 seconds!?

These pictures have good enough resolution to blow them up fairly large (you lose focus after a bit) but the shape is round. No matter how big you blow it up, the edges don't distort. It isn't a cloud or a wisp of smoke. The pink picture, 7016 shows the image quite clearly again.

We had no idea these images were on here. Doesn't appear to be an "airplane" or "swamp gas" to me. And the distance it moved it that time....no wonder the naked eye doesn't see this stuff.

This isn't a joke...I have the original photos (date and time stamped) unaltered and no skills, software, time nor interest to play games.
Well.....what do you think?

Thank you for taking a look and getting back to me with any feedback you feel relates or explains or supports these images as being…….what???

All the Very Best.

Michael MacMaster"

 

Hypotheses

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Капля (или загрязнение) на объективе или стекле

Often it's a small point on the photos, like hovering metal ball. At least - this is quite a big blur. Color, brightness and the presence of a highlight depends on the color of the reflected light source, background shooting and drop form.

Shape, color and density of pollution may vary depending on the source of the contamination and its nature. This can be as a desired pattern on the glass, and random.

Translated by «Yandex.Translator»

Reflections in the lens from strong light source

The lens consists of the lens consists of a set of lenses (some lenses of mirrors), designed for mutual compensation of aberrations and collected into a single system.

From the backlight (bright light sources behind the subject or beside him), caught in the frame or outside the frame boundary are formed parasitic pureraria from internal lens elements, called glare (or in slang "hares").

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