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This picture was posted on the The Mysterious Britai & Ireland Facebook Group. by Yocker. It would appear that sometime looks to be coming from the beer glass.Click To Enlarge
There is blurring here that might be caused by the notorious 'night scene mode' many cameras have. This mode combines flash with a long exposure. It causes all sorts of weird photos with crisp flash illuminated objects mixed with light sources (or reflections) that get blurred and look strange.
I must say as looking to the right hand side of the photograph there appears to be the same phenominom (bo-bo-boo-bo-bo) so im not entirely convinced that as mystery shopper says it isnt some problem witht he flash, exposure... or if its a non digital camera... double exposure
but alas im no expert... and far be it from me to say if its genuine or not... personally i think its some sort of photographical error...
"Driven by the irony , that only being shackled to the road could I ever be free" The Road- Frank Turner
I must agree, I don't think it is anything paranormal, but it's a good example of a strange photograph. Must have been some powerful stuff in that glass :)
Given the lighting in the background, since I don't know what's actually in the glass, I'll suggest that it might be the effervesce of the drink catching the light from whatever is illuminating the background. Or possibly a small water droplet illuminated by same on the lens.
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eeeshk! i don't like the look of that. i tend to see the sinister side in things too much maybe but that doesn't look normal to me. gives me the shivers.
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