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Homeward Orbs

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orbs in the night

What Orbs Look Like at 55mph

Driving home from Alpine, Arizona it’s finally dark enough to open the window and take some flash photos hoping for orbs.

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Yucca stalk with Orbs

Now this is fun, trying to synchronize my flash with the yucca stalks I see coming our way.

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Yuccas and the Orbs

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Orb and the Bush

Sometimes you can really perceive the depth of the orb.

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Welcoming Orbs

My neighborhood orbs, we’re almost home, slowing around the hairpin turn.

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Triangle Orb

Home at last. The agave is beginning to bloom. And good old triangle orb is on the upper left as usual.

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Orb Guest Photographs the Dark

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We have a guest orb photographer for today’s post, Kathy Phelps, best known on WordPress for her blog, Nature Snippets: http://naturesnippets.com/

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Kathy counted about 50 orbs around the huge elm tree by her barn. It’s a lovely tree and would make a good subject to come back to many times to check out the orbs who are at home within its branches.

Orbs in yard

I like the orbs on the upper left that seem to be coming in for a landing in front of Kathy’s house in Illinois.

Kathy continues to experiment with finding the best placement of camera to subject to bring out the orbs who soar through her property. She can feel them and is discovering their many colors as well. I look forward to her further adventures with orbs.

We have a special treat tomorrow, which Kathy will also enjoy. Klaus Heinemann, Ph.D., co-author of two books that are the classics on orbs: The Orb Project, and Orbs Their Mission and Messages of Hope, will be our guest bringing a new understanding of orbs. Tune in tomorrow evening for this rare presentation.

For those of you who are new to this blog, or would like to refresh your memory as to what orbs are, perhaps this will help: https://orbsdelight.wordpress.com/2012/11/17/photographing-orbs/

Orbs are not “Normal”

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Today was rather depressing. I had a photo shoot lined up with a sound therapist who was working at a job site which I knew would be good for orbs. The plan was to get one of the other workers to sit still for a few minutes and listen to the exquisite sounds of tuning forks while I took photographs to see how the orbs would respond.

To me, this was a simple plan. To the workers, this was the weirdest thing imaginable. So while I was prepping to go to the job site (changing out of painting clothes and charging my camera battery) the workers were all wussing out. When I got out of the shower and was dressed, I got the call: photo shoot is cancelled.

I should not have gotten depressed, but I did. And now I’m thinking, this is “Bisbee” where we say it with emphasis on the first syllable, “Biiissbee” as a self-explanatory means of explaining all the weirdnesses that take place in our town. See the B on the hill? Biissbee.

My mood darkened throughout the day. I did stay busy, helping my 87-year-old mom trade out her summer clothes for winter, painting a couple of doors red, repainting yellow trim, mucking out a small garden, saving the seeds from the summer flowers and putting in pansys for winter, but not cheerfully. Oh, and I vacuumed and mopped. So, it’s not like I went to bed and cried over a canceled photo shoot.

But like these photos, it was an overcast mood.

Normal? Apparently I’ve never been really good at that one. But I’ll give it a try. Only one out of four photos has orbs. Normal.

For those of you who are new to this blog, or would like to refresh your memories as to what orbs are, perhaps this will help: https://orbsdelight.wordpress.com/2012/11/17/photographing-orbs/

Walking Dog with Orbs

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We have a dog that can’t be walked by me if there’s any chance that other dogs might also be taking a walk. A lovely, good-hearted dog that gets into her battle fury and I could end up on my nose trying to hold her back.

So, her walks are rather late in the day when the man of the house gets home from work. However, it’s a perfect time for to go on a quest for orbs.

Somehow, it seems that there might be more orbs on full moon nights.

Just when we arrived back home the moon started to peak up over the mountains and immediately into the cloud cover. The moon is the fan of light beneath the pinkish orb.

A little later in the evening it’s as if the moon is showering orbs onto my little mountain town.

I hope you are all enjoying the full moon tonight, perhaps sharing your photos of the moon or drumming with friends in the moonlight.

For those of you who are new to this blog, or would like to refresh your memories as to what orbs are, perhaps this will help: https://orbsdelight.wordpress.com/2012/11/17/photographing-orbs/

Guest Orbs at a Wedding

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This evening we have a guest orb photographer, Greg Neish, who is sharing the photographs he took at a friend’s wedding in September 2012.

The wedding was held at the Tree’s of Mystery Wedding Tree. If you look closely you can see a cascade of orbs rising above the minister in the center of the trees.

Greg says that it was a foggy and overcast day, until minutes before the ceremony – sun came out, fog rolled in shortly after the wedding.

The orb hovers as breathlessly as the groom waiting for his bride.

Looks like a match made in heaven.

We’ve all heard of the radiant bride, but these orbs will take our understanding of that to another level.

Thank you very much Greg Neish for sharing such heavenly orbs.

Later this week we will see some more of Greg’s orb photography.

For those of you who are new to this blog, or would like to refresh your memories as to what orbs are, perhaps this will help: https://orbsdelight.wordpress.com/2012/11/17/photographing-orbs/

Tonight’s Orbs

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This evening I stepped outside to three of my favorite orb locations. Those of you familiar with this blog will recognize them immediately.

I took several pictures of this gate, and it just fascinates me to see how the orbs shift and line up in the night.

Keep in mind that the images are deliberately grainy because the brighter the image and lesser the contrast the more orbs are revealed.

Favorite rooftop, this time with Bisbee’s Christmas tree lit up on the opposite mountain.

There are just seconds between these two photos, which may indicate that the orbs move very quickly.

Orbs and I have something in common, we both like agave stalks.

Again, mere seconds between photos.

And so, presented for you tonight are the latest orbs of Bisbee, Arizona.

Tomorrow evening we have a special treat, a guest orb photographer, Greg Neish. If you think orbs like agave, wait until you see how they respond to a wedding.

For those of you who are new to this blog, or would like to refresh your memories as to what orbs are, perhaps this will help: https://orbsdelight.wordpress.com/2012/11/17/photographing-orbs/

Orbs and Tree Aura of a Guest

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In today’s post Kathy Phelps is our guest orb photographer. Some of you may know her from her WordPress blog:

Nature Snippets: http://naturesnippets.com/

On her Lazy Hike post she included one of the next two photos which show orbs in a little “cave”:

The orbs change positions slightly and in the next photo you can see that the spider web is in front of the orb:

Kathy says that she could see the orbs while she was taking the pictures. This experience happened towards the end of her hike. The sun was behind her and couldn’t have caused the orbs.

The picture below was taken the next day in Kathy’s backyard. She was taking pictures of a persimmon tree and after a few photos started seeing the energy in part of the tree.  Kathy says that she could also easily see it when not looking through the camera. She noticed the color to the energy and thought it was “the spirit of the tree, or the tree’s energy…if there is a difference”

Kathy particularly likes the small branch on the right with the energy shape compared to the branch.

It is fascinating how the electromagnetic field of the tree is captured by the digital camera so that those of us who weren’t on the scene can appreciate seeing the forces of nature.

Thank you to Kathy Phelps for sharing with us her first photos of orbs and auras. Every photographed encounter with nature enriches our perceptions of the world around us.

For those of you who are new to this blog, or would like to refresh your memories as to what orbs are, perhaps this will help: https://orbsdelight.wordpress.com/2012/11/17/photographing-orbs/

And, if anyone would like to be my guest and show their orb photographs on the Orbs Delight blog, please let me know.

Orbs Await Hot Air Balloonists

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In yesterday’s post we saw a tree photographed by Therese Beavers that had an eagle’s nest. Those orbs may have been protective of the nest.

The tree in the above and below photos is a very different tree.

This tree is a party tree. People come from miles around and across the ocean to gather here in the dark to share food and tell stories. It took me two and a half hours to reach the tree this morning.

When you’re in one of the first two cars of people to arrive, you wonder, will anyone else show up?

Yes! It’s a party after all, the hot air balloonists have arrived, including those who live on the other side of the Atlantic.

The crew who won’t be staying for the party get to work immediately setting up their balloon.

Ballooning is really about fellowship and there is work of a different kind to be done. We certainly do seem to have the orbs attention.

First, while we determine which way the wind is blowing and if it’s a good day for flying, we establish a home base.

Then we can focus on actually putting a balloon up into the sky.

One of my favorite photographic moments in hot air ballooning.

An orb of a different color ascends into the sky.

Thanks to Dan, Lorrie, and Julia Ewer of Foolish Pleasure Hot Air Balloon Rides for organizing our holiday balloon rally in Marana, Arizona.

We had an orbs delightful time!

For those of you who are new to this blog, or would like to refresh your memories as to what orbs are, perhaps this will help: https://orbsdelight.wordpress.com/2012/11/17/photographing-orbs/

Orbs of a Guest

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Therese Beavers is my guest orb photographer for this post. This is what she first wrote when she contacted me about her photograph on November 19th:

“I have been outside the past two evenings getting all sorts of orb pictures. I drove to an eagle’s nest and got an amazing result. With no lights anywhere (except my flash) I got 3 large orbs and a flash of light in the center of the tree. An eagle was sitting above the nest!”

Curious about the flash of light, I checked where the moon might have been when Therese took her picture. The new moon was on the 13th, which means it was a very dark night.

Therese continues with her description of that night: “The eagle nest is about 15-20 miles from me to the southeast. It is located in a tree in a field about 60′ from the road. Farmland surrounds it. I stood outside of my jeep in the road while I took the picture. I didn’t notice the eagle above the nest until I drove back past the nest going the opposite direction. I was so excited.”

Amazing that her flash could pick up anything at all at the distance she was standing from the tree.

Thank you to Therese Beavers for sharing her photo of the eagle’s nest tree with its orbs and that remarkable flash of light. Most interesting!

For those of you who are new to this blog, or would like to refresh your memories as to what orbs are, perhaps this will help: https://orbsdelight.wordpress.com/2012/11/17/photographing-orbs/

Good Night for Orbs

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My quest for orbs this evening took me beyond the confines of my yard and into the yards of my neighbors.

Following the suggestion of my viewer Marcela, who discovered that if she said the word “orbs” she got little response, if she said the word “light” she got a few more, and if she said the word “Beings” she got several on her video, in my mind this evening I was looking for Beings.

I found many more Beings this evening than I found orbs last night.

In fact, while I was focussing on this hillside in total darkness (try that out!), I could see an orb Being moving across my view screen as if I was taking video.

I’ve come to accept grainy images, because 1) they reveal more orbs (Beings), and 2) it’s actually the way I see the air around me.

Once again, my favorite tear drops make an appearance.

Like a starry night the Beings are among us.

They seem to flock together and then moments later vanish.

These agaves are always a good place to look for orb Beings.

For those of you who are new to this blog, or would like to refresh your memories as to what orbs are, perhaps this will help: https://orbsdelight.wordpress.com/2012/11/17/photographing-orbs/