1.) We were not present. UFO���������s were captured in a picture taken by a stationary wildlife camera, a Bushnell Trailscout Pro, Model 119935.
2.) The UFO's were found in a batch of pictures from the wildlife camera a day after the picture was taken.
3.) We have no idea what the object is. It's just a strange object in the sky.
4.) It's a round object with an oddly textured surface. There's a ring just inside the perimeter making it look like a pie crust. No action was seen, the picture appears to show the objects hovering.
5.) We are intrigued by the picture. We simply wish to identify what these objects are.
6.) Three pictures were captured within 30 minutes. Only the middle picture contains the objects.
On April 11th, 2014 the attached pictures were captured by a Bushnell Trailscout Pro (Crittercam) place near our driveway in Julian, CA. We put the crittercam out to see what animals are walking around the property at night. We expected to catch coyotes or skunks or possibly a mountain lion. We did not expect to catch the flying objects illustrated below.
The camera was on the ground near the entrance to our gravel driveway. It was tilted slightly upward and oriented on a NNW bearing.
Picure SUNP0009.JPG is a clean shot of the camera���������s frame at around noon. Use this picture to get the best perspective of objects appearing in night shots.
8:54 PM, something triggers a picture (not included here), but nothing meaningful can be found in the frame, even when the exposure is manipulated with Adobe Photoshop CS5.
9:03 PM the UFO appears in picture SUNP0005.JPG. It's in the sky, just below the power line.
SUNP0005C.JPG is the object enlarged to "actual pixels" with no other photo effects.
SUNP0005C2.JPG is zoomed in a little larger than the actual pixels.
SUNP0005E.JPG is the same picture of the UFO after ramping up the exposure with Adobe Photoshop.
Notice two additional objects of similar shape and texture appear out of the darkness.
We've posted the pictures on a website where they can be viewed by the public, and we'd be happy to give the URL to interested parties.
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