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Question - What is this in my photo?!


A national treasure
Regular User

Whenever you get dark in a photo you can fill it with light. I use that technique to create all kinds of absurd images in a single exposure. For example...

It will just be how the light was refracting and due to the dark void. It would be helpful to know your camera settings though.
Thats really cool! My camera died so this was on my iphone 8+


28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
Have reviewed my photos, from the best photo I have I can’t se anything at the bottom other than soil.

Given the colour of the light my suggestion is that light is entering through the broken side of the building reflecting off the light blue bench grinder at the top of the inspection pit and being picked up by your camera at the bottom right of the pit.

Best I can do with the photos I took...