|Occurred : 4/14/2014 23:00 (Entered as : 04142014 23:00)
Reported: 4/16/2014 4:11:16 PM 16:11
Location: Vancouver, WA
|I was taking pictures during the lunar eclipse starting at 23:00 thru my bedroom window. I took many pictures starting when the moon was full to when the moon was eclipsed. The lights only appeared at the beginning when the moon was full. I took the first picture of the full moon then went to take another picture with my digital camera zoomed in and noticed a white circle coming towards the moon on the left side of my picture. I thought that was weird so i took a picture. The next time minutes later i zoomed in and noticed that the white circle was moving up down right to left so i took another picture. After this i noticed a second white circle light come in to my picture , while looking at the moon thru my camera, so i took a picture. I have at least 5 to 6 pictures with up to 3 unknown lights to the left of the moon and bottom of the moon. As i went thru my pictures after i notice to the right side and top there was a weird round thing that looked like a pl! anet, but it did not stay in the same spot. The moon was still at the full moon stage to slight full. This all happened with in the first 30 minutes. I did change location for my pictures to the deck. I did not see anything after the moon started eclipsing. I showed a few people the pictures, like my 2 boys and a couple of people at work, of course they are skeptics. I have never seen an unidetified light before, but while looking at the moon with out the camera, there was a light to the right top side of the moon that moved a little from left to right. Not a plane. I have seen pictures of other peoples sightenings and have been recently interested in this. I did see that vancouver washington has had sightenings, I dont know if this is one or not. But i am fascinated.
PS: while looking into my camera while it was zoomed in to the moons view i witnessed the white objects come into my view , which means there were moving not a light from the moon.