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Glowing lights underneath the clouds

Nikon D800
3s f/2.8 at 10.5mm iso12800 full exif

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godscountry 13-Feb-2015 19:18
Contact NASA,do you have the GPS data?they maybe able to check the location.
ingleslenobel27-Aug-2014 18:22
Doh, of course I meant console lights are brighter as they should be, typing without thinking. Theis is for example an easy way to tell if water reflection shots are manipulated when the water and reflections are brighter than the source.
ingleslenobel27-Aug-2014 18:19
The green and blue lights are not reflections, you can tell what is and isn't a reflection by the "V" shaped LED lights just to the left of the person in the picture. The focus is also fine, examine the picture and you see that the depth of field covers the cockpit to the stars, ie from near to far. The lights look blurry because it is a long exposure covering non point source light, not because it is out of focus, and the long exposure at high ISO may also explain the colours. No evidence of fakery either, in fact the opposite - the console lights are less bright in the reflection as they should be, the shadowy person looks about right as do the other fainter reflections. I'm curious if these were the actual colours you saw - in the longer exposure shots there is less colour variation.
Kim 26-Aug-2014 20:53
I already typed my comment, and hope it was posted as a guest. I don't see it yet, and it was about two paragraphs. Do you hold them until they check for nasty language before posting the comments? First time here.

I will repost. It looks like an undersea ET base lit up underneath the sea. Perhaps about the leave the danger zone of the "ring of fire" before the shift.

The reason I say that is, unless the green light reflecting also is part of the pilot console, then it can't be a volcano. Never seen green, pale blue or white lights from a volcanic eruptions. Just orange, red, and bright yellow with smoke. Those colors could be a base with motherships below surface, just by continuing to look at the geometric shapes so perfectly round, tells me it's not volcanic eruptions or northern light reflection. Just my thoughts on it.

Great shots, evidently from a great pilot.
Keep up the good reporting work. WE need more like you shedding light on the dark mysteries kept from us. Unless you're a pilot, you can't even see the carvings in the earth's surface that look like animals, you know the monkey, and the snake and the carvings of faces in the hills from a distance from long ago.
Kim 26-Aug-2014 20:46
The different colors that are lighter like pale blue, a green light on the right of the shot. Is the green part of the pilot gear reflection?
If not, then I'd say it was an ET base or cabal undersea base, lit up. The consecutive circles looking joined. They could also be the remains of MU that are rising. Methane may be exploding also, because of volcanic activity, but the geometric shape, tells me otherwise, as well as the colors other than red and orange and yellow. For all we know it could be a massive mothership below surface, about to leave this planet due to cataclysmic activity from the ring of fire. Don't know, but it's kinda beautiful seeing them below the oceans surface, like a dashboard lighting up in your dark car at night.
Guest 26-Aug-2014 18:35
seriously interesting......
Guest 26-Aug-2014 17:09
To the person who said "All this equipment and you can't focus .. stick to flying.":

The lens is set at infinite focus. On a 10.5mm, even at f/2.8, everything from the foreground to the stars is in focus.

The blur is from motion blur because it was taken from the cockpit of a moving aircraft. It's actually remarkably clear for a 3 second hand held exposure.

But you already knew all of that, right hotshot?
Martin 26-Aug-2014 16:27
Very interesting! I wonder if the ISS saw any of this. Well, I have never seen any city lights live, when the ISS is going over cities, so who knows...
guest 26-Aug-2014 14:16
Extraordinary photos... Does get one to thinking about the possibilities of the origin of these
guest 26-Aug-2014 14:14
extraordinary photos! Does get you to thinking about all the possibilities of the origin
of these
Guest 26-Aug-2014 09:59
Would a volcanic eruption produce those variety of different colors? Red/orange I can understand, but the blues, yellows, white and green colors? Would an eruption be one or two solid glows instead of more than ten distinct glow masses?

Certainly very, very interesting....
Guest 26-Aug-2014 06:49
at that altitude these lights make a very big city....... no way these a ships
MimiR 26-Aug-2014 04:22
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Guest 26-Aug-2014 03:19
which windows were the pictures taken out of?
ron 25-Aug-2014 19:19
the Heijst's idlands :-)
Guest 25-Aug-2014 18:58
All this equipment and you can't focus .. stick to flying.
Guest 25-Aug-2014 15:09
Those certainly are not fishing vessels. You would never see that many small fishing craft grouped together that far away from land.
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