Japan: UFO snapped by photographer declared by real expert, photo
July 11, 2009
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A photographer who took scenic shots on assignment for a Japanese hotel and tourism group last year noticed what appeared to be a fairly clear UFO in a number of the shots. Judging by the photos the UFO was moving on a sequential Trajectory (Photo above).
The photographer, an employee of the Group Mutsumi Mori showed a number of fellow workers the images. They all felt that it might show a Flying Saucer and encouraged the photographer to take the images to a local UFO expert.
The object was subsequently declared to be a UFO.
The image was captured in the Ise-Shima National Park, a popular tourist region known for its natural beauty on Honshu Island.
The appearance of the object itself appears to be consistent with other images and descriptions of the small probe UFOs which are entering earth's atmosphere through specific UFO vortex exits in various locations across the globe.
Governments are currently monitoring these objects that have a tendency to be captured on digital cameras.
Source: Iseshima News