looks like a flying grain of rice~
It's an over exposed lamp post if u were to noticed it. That piece of thing is a lamp post head.
now u remind me of the Thai movie "shutter" lol.
hahaha either you were fiddling with your camera at dinner the night before OR it's an over exposed lamppost.
My guess will be ..... some dirt , grain or dust stuck to your lens.
Did you see Keanu Reeves walking around acting like wood?
Grain of rice stuck to lens means is good lens...
Lamp post head.
I think its too high for the lamp post, more likely its aflying saucer. Maybe Singapore govt inventing a new survelliance camera....... create some hush hush commotion to distract people from the slowing down economy...
The other reason i could think of would be some indian workers no job and felt bored and decide to invent something....... looks abit suspicious to me....... heheehe.....
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Think I have the answer to ur question:
Overexposed distant lamp-post. Thus leading to a 'pole-less floating' object.
why not, go down to location, and shoot at the same spot. Show us again...
maybe we can conclude by then...
It is definitely a blurry image of the lamp post's light head thats part of the out of focus scene in the background since the lens was focused on the sheet of paper pasted on the lamp post!.... har surprise...that is a lamp post too right...if there is one..they should be.....more?????? Okay it might not be a lamp post pasted with the paper but that one in the back sure is one heh
Last edited by sammy888; 6th January 2009 at 06:46 PM.
Hahaha, After looking carfully, its a LAMP POST!!!
Sorry for the misleading... :P
Hmm.... However honestly, I sometime saw werid things in the sky of singapore. :P