Using Color Edits to Assess the Triangle Image
I thought you might enjoy looking at these photos as much as I did in creating them.
To take a closer look at the blue sky triangle, highlighted in this article Triangle Shape in the Sky, I created a series of color edits to take a closer look at what was there in the photo. The color edits highlighted the image of the triangle shaped form in the cloud bank.
My usual policy is no edits to photos. But I wanted to see if there was something with “substance” that might be revealed by color edits, and so here we are. I think you may agree, the results were very interesting.
If you’re like me, you spend hours looking over the little variations, feeling through the energies, sensing what may be out there, comparing images and, just looking.
Below are the thumbnails of the images so that you can compare them together.
After the thumbnails, I’ve included all of the images in a larger size for your perusal.
I will have further articles discussing this intriguing photo coming up for you as well – here is what I have published so far in the series:
- The Triangle Shape in the Sky
- How the Triangle Shape Felt to Me
- Following a Line in a Cloud Bank to a Cloaked Ship
If you enjoyed this post on the Triangle UFO, you may also enjoy this second series on a set of Triangle UFOs on my Video Channel:
- Stunning San Francisco Lightning + Triangle UFOs
- In this video, I discover the triangle shapes in the sky at 4:22 minutes and check them out.
- Two Triangle UFOs Revealed by Lightning Storm
- In this video, my friend Alex and I discuss the two triangle UFOs, review the video footage, and then look at underwater maps below the lightning storm.
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