Part 3:  More Multi-Colored Aerial “Symbols”  Above Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. 

“ In the 30-second-exposure Image 038, the bright object is paralleling the star field and there is no camera stabilization explanation for the undulating trail that ends in a roundish object. Something moved from the bright object and was captured in that 30-second exposure.”

- Canon Camera Service Tech

Image 038: December 1, 2011, 6:48 PM Eastern, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II. Lens: Focal length 300 mm with 1.4 converter to 420 mm. Aperture 6.3. Shutter speed: 30-second time exposure. Image © 2011 by professional photographer Terry Scott White.
Image 038: December 1, 2011, 6:48 PM Eastern, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II. Lens: Focal length 300 mm with 1.4 converter to 420 mm. Aperture 6.3. Shutter speed: 30-second time exposure. Image © 2011 by professional photographer Terry Scott White.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada (upper right red circle) is on Lake Ontario. Kitchener (middle red circle) is 57 miles (92 km) southwest of Toronto with a population of about 205,000, the fifth largest city in Ontario. Straight south is Lake Erie that also borders western New York and Pennsylvania, northern Ohio, and eastern Michigan (left red circle at Detroit).
Toronto, Ontario, Canada (upper right red circle) is on Lake Ontario. Kitchener (middle red circle) is 57 miles (92 km) southwest of Toronto with a population of about 205,000, the fifth largest city in Ontario. Straight south is Lake Erie that also borders western New York and Pennsylvania, northern Ohio, and eastern Michigan (left red circle at Detroit).

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December 23, 2011  Kitchener, Ontario, Canada - Part 1 in this series of Earthfiles reports about high strangeness in the Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, sky summarized the similar multiple-colored patterns that people in many parts of the United States have taken since 2008, beginning with the UFO flap in Stephenville, Texas, in January 2008. Part 2 features series of images that Kitchener resident Greg Crane has photographed from the second week of September 2011 to mid-December 2011, including two 30-second exposures on November 13, 2011.

 

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