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December 1, 1999

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Image #1

Strange object in the sky?

Answer: Bird (video still)

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Image #2

Embossed "strange object" enlarged.

Answer: Bird. (video still)

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Image #3

Contrails make fiery sunsets. (video still)

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Image #4

What are these apparent objects near the contrails?  Looks like an invasion!

Answer: Flock of birds. (video still)

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Image #5

"Apparent objects" in Image #4 embossed.

Answer: Flock of birds. (video still)

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Image #6

"Apparent objects" embossed and enlarged.

Answer: Still a flock of birds. (video still)

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Image #7

Negative of "apparent objects" in Image #4.

Answer: Flock of birds.

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Image #8

Negative of "apparent objects" in Image #4 enlarged.

Answer: Flock of birds. (video still)

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Image #9

"Apparent objects" solarized.

Answer: Flock of birds. (video still)

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Image #10

"Apparent objects" solarized and enlarged.

Answer: Flock of birds. (video still)

No matter how one manipulates or "enhances" images of birds, they remain birds.  Note how images of ordinary flying objects can seem to be unidentified flying objects or something unusual when taken out of context and manipulated by adjusting the image using various photoshop programs available.

The best photographic analysis is based on close examination by a qualified, professional photo analyst by studying both the original photograph and negative or original video or digital footage.  Even then there is no way to tell if the image is of a real UFO or some naturally occurring object. 

2000 A. Hebert

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