Sunday, May 15, 2011

Do you believe in UFO?

Abe V Rotor
Photographs by Abe V Rotor and Marlo R Rotor

Meteors and meteorites falling to earth may be UFOs in part. Of course, a jet plane leaving a trail is familiar to anyone these days, or a commercial jet framed by the colors of the rainbow.
At one time, kites - dozens of them - simply danced around the setting sun. But whose kites are these other than the kids in the neighborhood? Clouds too, make queer figures, changing into shapes and faces of animals.

Would an intelligent being somewhere beyond our would be sending these to us in the likes of Hello? How are you? We are here! Come on, read us! Cheers!

This world of ours, this world is full of mysteries, mysteries that keep us quaint and believing, teased into thinking and discovering, puzzled and reverent to a Higher Being.~

The sky is without mystery day or night. If you are observant enough and always with a camera at hand, you may be able to capture a sight like this - an Unidentified Flying Object or UFO. Several times have I sighted similar events, a shooting star too long for its course, for example.

We can only surmise that this blue satellite moving around the moon is one of the man-made satellites orbiting the earth, the moon, and the other planets. These two photos were selected from a series of photographs we made on a summer evening in 2007 in Lipa City, Batangas. They show the satellite's equidistant and orbiting position in relation to the moon. Canon EOS SLR 350 with 70-200 Vivitar lens.

Mysterious image behind the sun. Note: This photo is unedited, taken with a digital pocket camera along Commonwealth Avenue QC, on December 2, 2009.

Living with Nature, AVR

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