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Pardon I haven't been as active lately on the forum, my attention is drawn away elsewhere.
I like your water pictures, as well as the work of others. I found it to be a very strange area of ITC. Once during a psychic reading I was told that it was difficult for spirit to show their faces using water and the methods I was using, and like many areas of ITC - some ends up being live communication, and some is perceived as communication when it is not. Still, if we look at the method, there is no doubt that spirit can and does present their faces in water and light (light being the key) and produce not only some very interesting pictures, but sometimes some beautiful art. The best part is it helps us unfold our natural mediumship.
If I may, I would like to remind that energy (and spirit using it) does not appear in any particular direction, up, down, sideways, forward, backward, etc. When we capture a picture, we only see a frontal 2d image.
If you rotate your image 90 degrees clockwise, you will find an older couple right there in the middle (black and white), bundled closely together and posing. Because of the refraction of light and ripples/waves (which vary the wavelength) their image is squished and needs to be stretched width wise a little to be properly proportionate.
Would you kindly repost pic again so we can see them?
I admire, respect, and also encourage all who work in ITC towards the next step of our evolution.
Thank you both for taking a look. Here is the snapshot rotated and stretched.
Keith I have to agree that light is a key factor. If you notice the white light that enters the snapshots it seems to be a major energy source. This is just normal outside daylight entering and not sunshine. You bring up a great point regarding 2D.