water droplets, but that doesn't explain why I can take two photos in a row and the orbs have moved or disappeared. It has been said that once you have seen one in a photo and acknowledged it, then you will be able to recognise them in your own photos, and I expect that has a lot to do with awareness more than anything.
My belief and perception of orbs is that they are positive energy all around us. I know when I'm at my lowest and feeling isolated, it is comforting to see an orb or too. (and yes, I know it's weird, but when I do feel that way, my trusty camera is with me to confirm that belief.
Some people say orbs are negative and I guess that's their perception, but it's
I remember my first orb, I was at Ripley's Believe It or Not! on the Gold Coast. There was this strange circle on my waist. I enlarged the photo and could clearly see a laughing face! After that they appeared in many of my photos, regardless of which camera or whose it was that I took photos.
The photo with this post was taken on a fishing trip I went on as we headed out from
Mooloolaba. I showed it to one of the guys and he told me the usual explanations. I explained what an orb was, that it could be spirit energy, guides or our spirit family. He found that hard to believe, so I gave up trying to convince him.
Three nights later, at 10:30pm, I received an excited call from him. He asked if I'd noticed that the fishing rod could be seen through the orb, so it couldn't be dust or water. I resisted the urge to say something like 'No shit?!' He then went on to say that he had enlarged one of the other photos, which had an orb right beside his face, and he could clearly see his Grandma, complete with her glasses on! Gotta love that validation!
So, my question is, have you ever had orbs in your photos? After seeing this picture, do you have any doubt whatsoever that we aren't alone?! xx
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