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Thursday, September 10, 2009

SkyWatch Friday: I Spy a Flying Saucer

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41 comments:

Carver said...

I think the light fixture in the parking deck was reflected in such a way that I had this sky object visible when I downloaded my shots. I almost hate to spoil the fun by telling you that it's probably a light fixture but maybe it really is a flying saucer. I'll let you go with what you think it is.

Mojo said...

It's a scout from the Mothership! We gotta stop them! They're gonna kill us all!

(Sorry... had an ID4 flashback there.)

Photo Cache said...

Let's all pretend it's a flying saucer here to gather important info, like what's going to be the fashion dos come spring time :)

That is really a fab shot, who knew what would show up in our photos.

See you tomorrow.

Daryl said...

Who cares why or how, its wonderful

Texas Travelers said...

Great photo. don't confuse me with facts. Just let my imagination run wild.

Troy

magnus said...

That photo must be sent in to Mulder and Scully ;)..Nice shot

Martha Z said...

What a neat shot and what a surprise when you downloaded. Some times photography is like a box of chocolates. ;)

Sylvia K said...

Oh, maybe it is a flying saucer or a scout from the mother ship as Mojo wrote, but whatever, it's fun to let the imagination run wild on this lovely sky watch day and I love the shot, Carver!

Enjoy your weekend!

Sylvia

vincibene said...

LOL - a funny picture!

Cheffie-Mom said...

Or a flying pound cake! Maybe?! LOL!

kden said...

What a nice surprise ;-)

Cezar and Léia said...

What an intriguing picture! So neat!
God bless you!
Cezar

mononeil said...

E.T. Hello :-)

Nice one.

Steffi said...

Wonderful photo!I love it!Have a nice weekend!

Ebie said...

Hi Carver, I will come back tonight to check out the photo, on my lunch break and can't open it. See you.

Ebie's Skywatch and 300th Post.

Eaglesbrother said...

very different...lol..flying saucers and all...do I sense the buildings leaning a bit?..looks as if they are leaning to the left.

Could be these tired old yes.

Bob

Rajesh said...

Lovely snap. Where did the saucer come from? Quite interesting

James said...

Okay now I'm convinced that I should start a reflections meme.
This is so creative. I love it!

Robin said...

I'm not going to listen to the light fixture explanation. I much prefer a UFO, much more intriguing.

Fabulous capture.

Ana said...

Is this light from your home? Or office.... Anyway, cool shot!

SandyCarlson said...

That is a wonderful shot. Lots of fun, there.

I am not going back to the mothership. I like it here.

VALKYRIEN said...

I don't care what it is! I had my first laugh this evening, so no explaination needed! :)
Very amusing - and the sky looks great!

Colin Campbell said...

Interesting shot and beautiful blue sky.

Wren said...

You sure know how to make an impression. Little green men next week, I hope?

Jan K. said...

What a wonderful lucky shot!
Enjoy your weekend.

Arija said...

Now they are sending flying salad bowls to look us over? Great fun capture.

napaboaniya said...

Pretty amazing! It really does look like some sort of saucer descending on earth.
Thanks goodness for the explanation! :P

Carletta said...

Beam me up Scotty! :)
I was thinking you were shooting through a window and it was the light fixture in the room.
Love it!

Ebie said...

I think I would prefer the flying saucer explanation! What a cool shot!

Naturegirl said...

Great camera trick!! Good one!! Should have kept us guessing!
Always FUN to view the variety of images for SW!

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

What a fun shot! Can't you just see all of the sky watch photographers walking around snapping shots of the earth?! A nice twist to skywatch. Beam me up!

Kerrie said...

Sorry hun I think it's just your lampshade but if I had enough G&T's I might think otherwise. xx nice to meet you. Great blog

Sharodindu said...

I am doubtful about the reflection theory...but no doubt it is an attractive work...

Regina said...

How awesome! Beautiful captures.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Hahaha! Good one, Carver!

Greyscale Territory said...

Whatever this really is, the final effect is an enigmatic, out of this world perspective of inner reality! Wonderful!

Squirrel said...

Great Capture Carver!!

witsandnuts said...

I'm leaving to my imagination that THAT is actually a flying saucer. ;)

kRiZ cPEc said...

I'd say it's a funny looking UFO. :)

Rocky Mountain Retreat said...

Neat-o! What a cool shot... at first glimpse, it really does look like ufo... super cool! =)

Ayie said...

nice reflection! can be really mistaken for a flying saucer if the person looking at it won't be so keen about it.

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