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If a particle happens to be of a certain makeup or shape, it will tend to absorb certain wavelengths of light and reflect others, thus giving the perception of a certain color.
Most are white but I have caught a few blue ones and even 1 that seems white but has like a pulsating outter ring that's uasually like a rainbow. What does this mean and why would I be attracting them?I have been capturing alot of orbs with my digital camera.At first it was only 1, now there seem to be dozens.By this point the "orbs" had gotten smaller so I "asked" to make them bigger.Almost immediatley I got a large one, just like the first along with another picture of a shower of orbs.But, I never saw with my eyes the orbs until after the pictures were taken. Coincidence or real, honest-to-goodness paranormal orbs? (I can't upload the pictures right now because this computer doesn't support my memory stick.) Thanks, Annie Hi Annie.
In my experience, a lot of orb photos can be caused by man-made sources, such as light reflecting off the camera, dust on the lens, etc.
A week or two ago I started snapping random pictures around my room because of a situation I've been having with my clocks. Two nights ago, I decided to ask questions along with taking pictures.
Almost immediately I caught what looks like an orb.
They're weird, it's like someone broke open a glow stick and it just moves like a wiffle ball throw.
Had them in pics but I dont play them up, I also take care of the local cemetery, see lots stuff but I dont play it up. Is there a specific way to tell the difference between orbs and dust?
Here are a few examples of orb photographs: Not all "orbs" that appear in photographs are paranormal.