Bisbee After 5 Orbs

BisbeeOrbs (c) CheyenneMacMasters 2013

It seems like a very long time since I went on a good old-fashioned orb quest. Tonight was a perfect time to check out the orbs downtown during the Bisbee After 5 Art Walk.

Bisbee Orbs (c) CheyenneMacMasters 2013

Orbs enjoy an evening stroll even when the night is merely quietly eventful.

Bisbee Orbs (c) CheyenneMacMasters 2013

I love the way orbs will zoom into view and yet remain invisible to the uninitiated.

Bisbee Orbs (c) CheyenneMacMasters 2013

If you are feeling frustrated because you don’t think you’re getting any orbs in your photos, turn your attention to the electrical lines overhead.

Bisbee Orbs (c) CheyenneMacMasters 2013

There is something about electrical fields that is very attractive to orbs.

Bisbee Orbs (c) CheyenneMacMasters 2013

Photographing the night from the passenger window is a most entertaining way to get home.

Bisbee Orbs (c) CheyenneMacMasters 2013

Bisbee Orbs (c) CheyenneMacMasters 2013

Bisbee Orbs (c) CheyenneMacMasters 2013

You really don’t have to leave home to discover spiritual wonders. They are all around us, all the time.

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

20 thoughts on “Bisbee After 5 Orbs

  1. Look; the orbs! πŸ™‚ I agree that taking a photo or two of these orbs while driving home is a wonderful thing. They are a peaceful lot, really.

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    1. Good to see you back in the neighborhood, Uzoma! Yes, the orbs have a drifting peacefulness and yet so inquisitive also, zooming up to unsuspecting tourists…

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