Photos of multi-colored orbs around Sun
We’ve been posting photos from around the world of an object or orb near the Sun since 2009. In the beginning, we called the object a “Blue Moon” because it typically appeared blue in photos. Ten years later, people are still catching the orb with their cameras. Then on December 11, 2019, we received the following email along with photos from Jewell in Stuarts Draft, Virginia. Her photos reveal turquoise blue, coral, gold and white orbs moving around the Sun which is the largest white orb in these photos. - The Editor
“I watched the skyfishing video this morning and tried it out with my plain phone camera (not smartphone) this afternoon (12/11/2019) while out doing errands at Stuarts Draft, VA. At 4 p.m., the sun was in the west and very bright. I couldn't see anything unusual with my naked eye but I clicked some photos anyway, one right after the other in quick succession.
“When I got home and opened them on my computer, I saw some interesting orbs, an orangey pink one and some blue ones that changed color as they changed position. There were also some dusky pinkish purply ones. Is this the kind of thing you were talking about?
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