50 thoughts on “I thought I was seeing things just now, so I snapped some pics…

  1. snowbirdpress says:

    It looks like some sort of camera shift…or double explosure….

  2. unfetteredbs says:

    Happy Canada Day

  3. Happy Canada Day!! Very interesting photo. Do you think it has anything to do with Canada Day?

    • mypenandme says:

      I thought that I was seeing double–one full moon partially overlapping the other That’s why I hurriedly took the pics. The pics are posted in the order that I took them. I took them all within about 30 seconds. Very odd! We do have a lot of fireworks going on at the moment.

  4. snowbirdpress says:

    If you’re from New England, perhaps you’ve just been through this intense Tstorm (egg sized hale and everything)… Perhaps your double moon may have something to do with the moisture in the air. It appears that the lights on land seem double too! Atmospheric distortion?

  5. Alex Khoo says:

    Wow! A double moon?

  6. patgarcia says:

    Very interesting!!
    Have a great day.

  7. Deb says:

    Strange, it does look like a double exposure.

  8. cool – thanks for posting

  9. artclubblog says:

    Very strange indeed. At least you have images to back up your story so people will actually believe you!

  10. Maxi says:

    Great photos, PM. You were seeing things, problem is to figure out what.
    Blessings – Maxi

  11. Lovely! Thanks for stopping by and deciding to follow back!

  12. Ben Naga says:


    Ham-fisted trainee
    Projection Room screw-up.
    In for a roasting

    • mypenandme says:

      Reads like a poem. πŸ™‚
      By the way–I’ve started a new page–scans of art given to me by children as gifts. The art of children inspires me.

      • Ben Naga says:

        “Reads like a poem.” Really? πŸ˜‰

        “By the way–I’ve started a new page–scans of art given to me by children as gifts. The art of children inspires me.”

        Thanks for the tip. πŸ™‚

  13. granbee says:

    This reminds me so effectively of the Venus/Jupiter “twinning” act a while back! I love your photos here–night-time magic for sure!

  14. Millie Ho says:

    Enigmatic indeed. I’m going to chalk another one up to the Great Unknown. Great pictures!

  15. clinock says:

    What’s wrong with you all – it’s obviously a UFO observing Canada Day celebrations…eh!..

  16. I am in awe of your eye.

  17. booguloo says:

    The first photo reminded me when I worked on the platforms. When a rig is drilling at night it looks like high noon when you’re on board.

  18. It should be obvious. This is a mother ship from the planet Strutonium in the Caligula Galaxy.

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