In this series of articles, I’ll post some of my out-of-the-ordinary photographs along with their symbolism. These pictures were photographed on the Michigan side of the Lake Michigan Triangle. Check out Lake Michigan Sunset: Part 1, Part 2, and Lake Michigan Clouds for previously posted out-of-the-ordinary photographs.
I’ve also included the title picture below.
Like the previous out-of-the-ordinary pictures, please look at this one before you read my thoughts on this image. Your thoughts and ideas are encouraged and also appreciated.
I took this picture on June 18, 2016, just after sunset with my Sony A65 SLR Camera. As I was leaving the beach that night for some reason, I looked up and saw the moon through the branches of a tree. I thought it was intriguing and took one picture only.
When I downloaded these pictures to my computer, that’s when I saw the white angled brackets around the moon. I did not see those brackets when I took the picture. They were not visible to my eye. The bracket on the left is very clear; however, you can see the start of a bracket on the top right.
The following night I went back to the beach purposely to photograph the moon. I wanted to see if I could capture those brackets or something else surrounding the moon. That’s the picture below. And, as you can see, nothing showed up.
I’m not going to focus so much on the moon, other than to say, it’s a control system; it monitors and manages specific cycles on our planet. If you’re interested in knowing more about the moon, read “True World History” by Stewart Swerdlow. There’s more to the moon than what is typically known.
I interested in the angled brackets that surrounded the moon that night. Besides photographing orbs, this is the first experience I’ve had taking a picture of an object that had an image around it that my eyes did not see. Brackets are typically used to enclose a symbol, number, or text from their context. If you look at your keyboard, you’ll see four different types of brackets.
- I found a reference that stated that these brackets were used in the early days of the internet to show email addresses clearly.
- Are in some computer languages, technical contexts, and formulas.
- Are in punctuation.
- There’s a physical counter-part used to support shelves.
Could it be that what we see is an address, a formula, or some infrastructure?
What do you see in this photograph? Take it a layer deeper, what do you think this it is and who created it? For me, some technology created it and maintained this imagery. I found it interesting that I was not able to duplicate it the following night. Why not?
Digital cameras capture things that our human eyes are unable to see. I wonder what other images are right in front of us that we cannot see?
As always, I’m very much interested in your thoughts and comments.