The three frames below were taken by George Adamski. The first one through his telescope and the next two with a Kodak Brownie camera. They were taken before the actual contact took place
This photo is a shot of the craft as it was moving away - after it had "posed" for a period of time for George Adamski in a small gully where Adamski was standing. He quickly used his Ihagee-Dresden Grafles camera attached to his reflector telescope (he took 7 photos in all with this setup) to take this successful shot before it "repositioned" itself (see photo above) although it is very blurry. This is the photo which was shown in the newspaper article some days after the desert events. I have done the best enhancements possible and the photo clearly shows a craft structure and the three "balls" underneath.
The images shown are in order -
Image 1. Original frame taken by George Adamski with a craft showing just moving above a hillside.
Image 2. Raw image enhancement of part of the frame with the craft visible
Image 3. My finished enhancement of the sky, landscape and craft
Image 4. A zoomed version of image 3.
I am a Danish painter, photographer and researcher (researcher of all things human and extraterrestrial) - Have been painting for almost 30 years and have been photographing for 4 years professionally. I want to thank all the models who I have shot up until today - every single one of you have been an outstanding pleasure to work with.
To bring joyous content of pleasure for the eyes as well as for the inner souls - quite a task to put in front of oneself - but life is about trying to please yourself as well as others and do good things.
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