What is this orb-like thing in the bay?
I would like your opinion on this. On Friday morning, at sunrise, I took this video. I took about 12 of the same thing in about a 15 minute time period and in almost every one of the videos, you can see this thing floating around. See it? I do have some videos without the thing in it and I have many where it is seen over the trees and into the sky. The reason I say this is because one friend says it has something to do with drainage going into the water and that is the reflection of it bubbling up or something, but if that is the case, then it would not be on top or against the palm fronds or up in the sky, above the water horizon, which I do have on other videos.
At first I thought it was a bird since you can hear birds in the background, but I was showing the video to someone and they said, "Look, it's an orb!" But it's not exactly an orb, it is flat, as you can see by the images below, I screen captured them from the top video.
Now if you look at the second video here, that I took about the same time, there is nothing.
About eight years ago, I took a photo of the sunset over the Grove Isle bridge and it has a lot of orbs all around it. I assumed it was just dampness on the camera lens or something, but at the same moment I took the sunset, my next door neighbor coincidentally took the same photo from her balcony and we both posted the sunset images on Facebook and she had the same orbs in her photo from her camera.
Anyone have an explanation? Mine is that they are Tequesta Indian souls in the bay, which is quite old and that it is common to get orbs when taking photos, only I've never taken videos before so I've never seen the moving orb before.
If you can save and enlarge the video and see it better, let me know what you think. Someone said it was a drone, but it moves too fast, up and down and around, to be a drone, I think.
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