As I am on vacation, I don't want to be found, I am quite happy to be lost. However, while organizing my photographs last night, I found something interesting in one of the shots. Apparently, I have a lucky knack for capturing things flying through a scene (like this on a previous Theme Thursday). This time, it would seem I have managed to photography a falling star and never even noticed (it's in the upper-left as I zoom in)...
Since there's no vapor trail, I'm assuming it's not a plane. Unless... you don't think... hmmm. Let's zoom in a bit closer and enhance the image...
Holy cats! The Robinsons from Lost in Space have finally found their way home!!
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Very funny. LOL! It’s a gorgeous picture besides, but now I’m too busy cracking up to continue to admire its beauty. Shame on you!
~you found some wonderful hues in that sky above!~
What’s got me so upset about this is that I have never seen a falling star before. Now I finally had my chance, and I missed it!! This photo is a bit like rubbing salt in a wound. The exposure above is actually a darker bracket of a 3-shot burst… I was experiementing to see which settings produced the best color. The comet does not appear in any of the other photos, which is what had me musing that it must have been a UFO!
Gorgeous colors… and a great find ;-))
Thanks for a good chuckle …. actually your original skyline, cropped makes for a very moody shot. Enjoy your vacation !
I once *heard* a falling star but didn’t see it. No kidding, back in 1998 there was a fireball over Seattle at 6 AM, I heard it, but from where I was I couldn’t see it… I only knew what it was once I got in my car and turned on the radio…people were calling in like crazy about it!
Still this is a great shot!