Caught on camera – but what is it?

October 29, 2009 at 9:09 am 2 comments

We have a “game camera” set up where we feed wildlife down by the pond. Every morning is a bit like Christmas, as we never know what we’ll see on the video card the next day.  At night, it is usually deer and raccoons, and an occasional rabbit, bobcat, or possum.  Lately, we’ve had a few instances of strange lights that we can’t explain.

I’ll post some others next time that are even more bizarre, but check out this series of four pictures taken October 24 just after 8:00 in the evening.  In the first photo, the light is to the right of the tree…it is a tall slender light that moves in each of the next three photos.  See it?  What do you think it is?  (OH—and the camera is motion activiated.  There is no wildlife present in the frames that would have activated the camera, so…???)

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Karen  |  November 4, 2009 at 9:40 am

    that is so strange & exciting…..we ought to sit out there some evening just to see what we can see.

    Reply
  • 2. okwriter2  |  November 5, 2009 at 9:16 am

    Well, come on! I’m still having trouble sitting for very long—but we can give it a try! You’ll love the next batch of pics I post. I’ll do that in a day or two!

    Reply

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