Orbs show up as circles or spheres of white light, on photographs, video, and with the naked eye. As well as white, orbs are occasionally blue, yellow, green or red.
An orb may have shown up in one of your photos, perhaps next to a family member or friend, and now you're wondering what on earth it could be.
What Are Orbs?
Dust Particles, Pollen Or An Insect.
The usual suspects are dust particles and pollen, where the light from the flash is reflected off such material and back into the lens. The particle could be up ahead or even on the lens. Orbs are often still visible however, even when the flash is disabled.
A light source behind the photographer, instead of the flash, can also cause dust particles to illuminate, but again, as with the photograph above, the photographer (my husband) was in darkness, with only the light of the moon high up ahead. Strange, isn't it?
Do you feel like there is less and less time in the day? That time is speeding up and you're unable to perform as many tasks within 24 hours? Well, you're not alone.
Many feel like there are now only approximately 16 hours in a day. Here I explain both the logical and spiritual reasons why this may be.
Can We Put It Down To Aging?
One explanation for this is that as we age, we remember less information. As children grown up, they are like little sponges, soaking up huge amounts information that we as adults don't even think about. Take physics as an example; 'What happens when I drop a ball?' well, it goes down, it bounces or doesn't bounce depending on what it's made from. As we grow older, we already know more and more of the causes and the resulting effects that occur in our reality, not just physics, but social, economical, lifestyle, health aspects and more. Therefore, there is less information to absorb. This results in time seemingly speeding up, because when we look back, we subconsciously we perceive less new information, sensing a shorter passage of time.