When I was in high school, visiting my grandparents' farm, one day I ran across this Monarch butterfly that
had just come out of its cocoon, and was still drying its wings. Since I knew I had a captive audience, I
ran and got my camera and close-up lenses...
Can you see the crane?
Photographic film reacts to incoming energy, like light or...electricity. I took this picture with a high-voltage
source (yes, it hurt!), commonly called a Kirlian photograph.
Personally, I don't think that's an "aura", just the electrons streaming off the fingertip and going thru the film,
"exposing" it by reacting to the chemicals in the film, just like light does. If it is an aura, then how come this
inanimate object (with no living thing touching it) has one too?
The lights of LA, as seen from the Griffith observatory
Add a little zoom during the exposure and...
And finally, some nature shots...
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