Orange UFO sprinkles mystery substance refer to a strange unidentified flying object that seems to sprinkle some material mid-air. The photo was taken in Denmark on May 25, 2010, above Odense city at 3.06 pm local time. I don´t know how to classify this one. It is too abstract and does not have a clear shape. The blurred object with an orange glow to the right in below photo was first assumed by me to be an insect. But that was until I saw the smaller objects beneath the orange UFO.
You don´t see any mystery material that sprinkles down in the above picture. But when you process it in Adobe Photoshop with Auto Contrast and further adjust contrast and brightness, additional objects are seen, see below picture.
Look closely beneath the craft in the above picture, you´ll see small dark dots spreading out. What these are I don´t know, but something seems to sprinkle from the unidentified flying object. If we use Auto Tone on the picture we get below result.
You may not trust above picture because to me it looks like this mystery material or substance spreading inordinately much. Some of it IS material from the UFO but not all of it probably. I suspect the Auto Tone filter to draw up more than necessary. But if we trust the picture 100%, it shows the mystery substance over a large area beneath and to the right of this odd object.
Orange UFO droplet-shaped?
The orange UFO here that seem to sprinkle some mystery material is undefined in shape. It is too blurred and I get no actual shape other than a droplet-shaped cloud-like phenomenon. It´s like a stain that has been dropped up there.
Notice the colors, they are intensified and does not reflect reality. But the intensified colors can help you to understand the shape.
The insect theory
The insect theory is not so stupid but I don´t know what kind of insect it could be? We have butterflies with a dark body and black patterns on the orange wings. So if this should have been a local Danish butterfly I really don´t know. I have, by the way, never seen a butterfly sprinkle a substance in the air. And somehow, the orange object is clearly visible in this original image taken at 03.06.22 pm and gone in the next original image taken at 03:06:24 pm 2 seconds later.
I have encountered many insects in my photos and this one does not look like an insect but something else. And what it looks like, well, there is nothing I know that looks like this. Insects tend to be blurred because of their wings but their body and legs are generally visible too. Based on that, it can not be an insect when only the “wings” are visible. Where are the body and legs?
The other elongated object
If you see the other elongated object in the top picture to the left (or below photo gallery), you´ll see something that looks like an insect but without the wings. The elongated structure is clearly defined and is pretty strange. But the problem is the missing wings indicated by the missing blurred pixels around this supposed “insect”.
The two orange images in the photo gallery above are Color Negatives. They reveal that something is drifting off the object on top of it (could this be condensation?). Not what you expect from an insect but a much larger object.
The orange UFO mystery
I have the opposite problem with the orange UFO. One important part is missing, the body and legs, and it prevents me from finally say “insect”. But actually, it does not look like an insect at all. It looks like fire in the sky with the orange color.
The presence of a lens flare in photos where the Sun shining could be a strong possibility. But a lens flare is generally transparent and you can look through them. The orange object here is not transparent.
The orange UFO is clearly an unidentified flying object which does not allow itself to be classified voluntarily. It does not look like a flying saucer nor a cigar-shaped UFO. It is not really spherical either. It´s an abstract orange UFO mystery!
Basic photo-sighting data
- Denmark, Odense May 25, 2017, at 3.06 pm local time
- Camera position: Denmark, Odense (secluded pasture)
- Canon EOS 60D DSLR camera with Canon standard 18-55mm zoom lens
- Compass direction: North-East
- Source image: IMG_6041
- Source gallery: Page 4