jimmynokia Registered User
#1

Afriend of mine took this a month ago and only emerging now.
it was at 6.30 am AT easpoint business park.

what is it?
clouds?

Star Lord Moderator
#2

Looks like reflected overhead lighting to me TBH...

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jonbravo Registered User
#3

cloud formations can sometimes appear UFO like...did you take a picture of them breaking up!?

Mark Hamill Registered User
#4

DamoElDiablo said:
Looks like reflected overhead lighting to me TBH...


Almost directly under the street lamp, there is a reflection of a white poster of some sort too, so it looks like the picture was taken through a window.

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jimmynokia Registered User
#5

yes i see that so it looks like somebody is spoofing lol! payback time!

Cunning Stunt Registered User
#6

LOL definitely a reflection of spot lights in the ceiling

crushproof Registered User
#7

Looks like someone didnt have their morning wake up coffee

somegirl2009 Registered User
#8

Why would you bother ??? waste of time!!!!!!!!

laylah Registered User
#9

a picture of a window that reflects the spotlights in the office ceiling.

ronsgonawin Registered User
#10

Im not sure

Hellraiser Helen Registered User
#11

Someone looking out the window from an office. Or else we're being invaded by rock and roll loving aliens.

#12

is this something to do with JFK?

#13

Does look like through a window alright, but also looks like naturally occuring cloud formation...

It looks like early morning / late evening, if it is clouds it's a shame he didn't catch the sunrise / set through them, as can make them more spectacular, but at the gradual heating or cooling of the air, particularly over a body of water, as in your picture, pockets of mositure can rise or descend in the air.



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seastone Registered User
#14

UFO?

Kenny Logins Registered User
#15

Jackass
Does look like through a window alright...


..because it is.

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