A light play on the lens, perhaps, but until now I've never photographed anything like these and I've had the camera for about three years now. The ones of the field with mountains were taken on the South Forestry Trunk Road (734) south of Highway 11, Alberta, the one with the river was further down near the bridge crossing the North Saskatchewan River, same road.
The thing to note is that there are two scenes here, one is a smoky day and the other a clear day. In all of these the same strange green, clearly, no, perfectly round orb appears in different positions in the photos. The one with sun behind the clouds and the sub over a brown field are taken almost in the same location but days (at least) apart. And, you will note in the smoky one, as the orb lowers in the sky it is actually detected by the camera as an individual light source (rings around the orb affecting the exposure). At no time during the photographing did I see the orbs, and only by chance did I notice them while I was editing the pictures. And on the subject of editing, no, all I do to edit is crop and sometimes I click Adjust colour, but these are the raw photos - no adjustments or editing.
I know what you are going to say, the same things I did, Light orbs, sunlight, dust...but I have taken literally thousands of photographs and these are the first that I've ever noticed something like this in. That alone is strange.
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