Daytime Sightings of Starships Over Sydney, Australia, This Week – First Pics
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Stephen: We’ve still not managed to get that giant Andromedan mothership on camera at night, although it is still visible from Australia. Blossom Goodchild emailed me last night to say she and her sister had finally seen it! Boy, was she excited!
But here are the first pics we’ve received that are clear enough showing smaller lightships over Sydney during the daytime over the past couple of days. Thanks heaps to Caroline, who gives us all an idea of what they look like in broad daylight, albeit cloaked.
Anthony and I saw these exact same ships at around 2.30pm/3pm while we were having a late lunch outside on Thursday, in what has been amazingly warm winter here . But, frustratingly, our phone cameras were not capturing the true detail of what we were seeing. We have also seen others bigger and higher up that have simply appeared, to say ‘hello’ – long enough to be seen and then, instantaneously, disappeared back into a total blue sky! Quite wonderful to watch.
These first pics were taken by one of The 2012 Scenario’s equally excited readers, Caroline, who lives in Sydney – and whose phone camera must be better than ours!
The ships’ triangular shapes are most evident in pics 2 and 3 below.
As Caroline writes: “Ive attached three pics, which really don’t do it justice. They were taken with my phone and so it looks a lot smaller, less bright and less colour than it actually was but hopefully it still comes across.
“The first pic (below) was when I first noticed it. The cloud around it was so colorful with multiple colours but especially pink. It was around 3pm in the afternoon so it definitely wasn’t the sun. If you can enlarge the pictures you can make out the colours going all the way around the cloud, again this was so much brighter with the naked eye.
“The middle picture and the third one shows the bright triangle shape through the cloud. It was so bright in the sky I couldn’t believe it! It wasn’t particularly large but the colours, brightness and definitive shape were very striking.”