Halo Orbs

One of my viewers, Alika, has asked about halo orbs, so let’s take a look.

This is Sergio Mendoza whose band, Sergio Mendoza y la Orkestra, was playing at the opening of the Bisbee Royale in July 2012.  Not only did he provide a very dynamic performance, it was also the first time I found orbs in my photos.

With an image like this, one wonders if the medieval painters were merely being imaginative when it came to painting halos, or were they seeing something that we’ve missed?

The very vibrant singer in Sergio’s band.

One of the trumpet players in the Orkestra.

Here is the bass player from the band, Pick and Holler.

The bass player in Buzz and the Soul Senders.

The bass player for the Andy T Band is also attracting orb attention.

The drummer for the LA band, Incendio, looks monumental in her orbs.

A woman of intensity, Amy Goodman, of Democracy Now.

Halos, what are they? Some have thought they’re a metaphor for spiritual enlightenment, or a means to portray our auras. And, why do orbs like to halo?

For those of you who are new to this blog or would like to revisit the explanation as to what orbs are, this might be of help: https://orbsdelight.wordpress.com/2012/10/23/closeup-on-orbs/

Sergio Mendoza y la Orkestra

A halo of an orb. Are orbs sentient? Are they attracted to moments of passion and heartfelt activities?

Does the trumpeter feel the heat of the moment that has attracted the orb?

Does the orb enjoy the music?

Orbs were flying at the Bisbee Royale on opening night.

Thanks to Sergio Mendoza y la Orkestra.

For those of you who are new to this blog or would like to revisit the explanation as to what orbs are, this might be of help: https://orbsdelight.wordpress.com/2012/10/23/closeup-on-orbs/

May the Orbs be with You

Welcome to my latest passion: discovering orbs in photos! Some of you may have thousands of orb photos and some may be just as new to the wonder of discovering orbs as I am.  At this very moment, I could step outside and photograph a wandering orb floating above my home. They seem to drift with the breeze, but introduce a cat, a conversation, or musical performance and suddenly there are flocks of orbs attracted by our moments of enthusiasm.