Orbs in the Rain

orbs in the rain

Sometimes it’s just fun to stand out in the rain and take photographs.

This will be one of’s those posts where I can’t say that all the lights in the sky are orbs. Some have that characteristic roundness, and perhaps even a few tear drops. Many of the brighter lights seem to be flash bouncing off the freezing rain.

orbs in the rain

I always like seeing the orbs overlap.

orbs in the rain

There was fog settling into the hollows of our mile high mountains in the early evening. A rare event that had my husband talking about the crawling eyes. Not sure I saw that way below B movie.

orbs in the rain

This is the oak tree that very occasionally will get some orbs hovering around.

orbs in the rain

Just a hint of cloud orbs started to appear.

orbs in the rain

Whether or not these brighter rounds are orbs, they definitely enhance the picture.

orbs in the rain

These wisps of clouds seem to be made up of many orbs.

orbs in the rain

And, after a hard night of photographing orbs, it’s time to walk the dog, hiding out of camera range. Now this is something the orbs all enjoy.

For those of you who are new to this blog, or would like to refresh your memory as to what orbs are, perhaps this will help: https://orbsdelight.wordpress.com/2012/11/17/photographing-orbs/

9 thoughts on “Orbs in the Rain

  1. What a treat to discover this site today. Visited the “Fairy Trail,” among other places, in Mount Shasta, CA recently and the most beautiful orbs showed up in our pictures.


      1. You are one of the few who noticed that! :-). I didn’t post the photos from the Fairy Trail. They had the most beautiful green orbs, and almost looked like they had wings!


        1. I would love to see your orb photos. If you are willing to share, but would rather not on your blog, I am happy to guest orb photographers. My guests send their photos as an attachment to info@orbsdelight.org along with their name and a description of their experience. We’ve formed some wonderful relationships among the orb enthusiasts. Think about it.


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