Rectangular, Red-Brown-Amber Object Found in Background of Photo.

Location of Sighting: Between Edmonds, Washington & Canadian Border
Date of Sighting: July 13, 2018
Time of Sighting: 9:30 AM PDT



Description: I didn’t see the object in the sky until I looked at the photos I had taken from the window of a train while traveling north from Edmonds, Washington. We were approaching an area where ships were docked (Coast Guard or Navy?) and I simply shot a photo of that scene.

When I looked at those images, this particular photo was very dark for some reason and so I almost deleted it, but then thought I should try to improve the contrast and brightness to see if it was worth saving. It was then that I noticed the rectangular, red-brown-amber ‘object’ in the sky directly above one of the ships and easily as large as the ship.

I don’t think it’s a bird flying. I also have the original dark photo if that’s of interest and there are a couple other photos with something similar, but less distinct and further north as well.

Note: The witness edited the photo, but I don’t believe that the case is a hoax. Hoaxers would likely not admit to editing photo.

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2 Responses to Rectangular, Red-Brown-Amber Object Found in Background of Photo.

  1. Observer says:

    That looks a digital camera artifact. These are usually insects close to the camera & since they’re out of focus, relative to the scene shot, you get a roughly cylindrical appearance as they cross the field of view during the exposure.

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