Craft/objects (UFOs) photographed over Darlington, Western Australia
updated: 1st December 2015
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Two rectangular-shaped craft, each with a discernable oval canopy, are
photographed near each other.
The craft on the left is shown rotated 90 degrees anticlockwise in the
insert at the top left.
The craft on the right is shown rotated 90 degrees clockwise in the
insert at the bottom right.
A rectangular-shaped craft with somewhat similar features to the craft
photographed on the 13th July 2013.
The image on the left has been rotated 180 degrees as it appears the
craft was flying upside down (with canopy towards the ground).
A disc-shaped craft with a transparent oval dome shoots past a Qantas
This is from one of two photographs taken on my new Sony A7R 36 MP
28th July 2014 - Image
DSC00128 to DSC00699 =
571 images taken over two short sessions: 1:44 - 1:48 pm (5 min session) =
317 images taken (DSC00128 to DSC00445) => 81 craft detected (=25.6%
of images contain craft)!!! 3:09 - 3:11 pm (3 min session) =
254 images taken (DSC00446 to DSC00699) => 20 craft detected (=7.9%
of images contain craft)
The number of craft in the first 5 minute session is huge! This is
equivalent to about 16 craft per minute or 970 craft per hour!!
The number of craft in the second 3 minute session is still high. This
is equivalent to about 7 craft per minute or 400 craft per hour!
Total number of craft detected in 8 minutes = 101 craft in 571 images =
17.7% of images contain craft.
This is equivalent to about 13 craft per minute or about 750 craft per
=> This is a HUGE
number of craft present in a very short time. If we consider that this was
only 8 minutes covering a small part of the sky, there may be
many THOUSANDS or even TENS of THOUSANDS of craft flying over the Perth
hills over a whole day!! These are truly mind-boggling
numbers of craft!!
Here is a fast-moving craft with a clear oval canopy that appears to be
releasing many bright objects (also see image below).
The objects appear to have their own propulsion system as they head off
in a different direction from the original craft.
The image on the left has been rotated 90 degrees from the original
(see image on right).
The fast-moving craft travelling south appears to be releasing 24
bright objects that take off in a north-westerly direction.
Note, the bright objects were moving into the wind as the clouds were
moving towards the east (from left to right in the images).
Click on above image to see a larger version of these photos.
One minute later, two fast-moving craft were photographed very close
I've started creating computer models of some of the craft types that I
Click on the image below to go to the 'Models
of UFO Types' page:
A rectangular-shaped craft with an oval dome on the top right-hand side.
The craft has a bright specular reflection from the sun off the closest
edge of the craft.
The image has been rotated 90 degrees from the original (see image at
A disc-shaped craft with a large clear oval dome. Are we seeing several
Here I've captured something amazing. A fast-moving craft appears to be
about a dozen bright elongated objects.
The bright objects appear to have their own propulsion system as they
take off in a different direction from the original craft.
The image on the left was rotated 90 degrees from the original (see
Click on the image to see three consecutive images of this fascinating
activity in the sky above Darlington.
A high-speed craft with a clear circular dome (similar to DSC02841
below) passes in front of a relatively slow-moving Qantas plane that
had taken-off from Perth Airport.
Insert showing enhancement of craft has been rotated 90 degrees.
Click on the image to see two consecutive images of the plane and UFO,
highlighting the great difference in velocity of the two craft.
Disc-shaped craft with a clear oval dome on top.
Disc-shaped craft in the clouds with possible occupants visible through
an oval canopy.
Image is rotated from original (see cropped image on right).
It appears we are looking at the underside of some sort of square or
Click on the image to see part of the original photo and related images.
Oval-shaped craft in front of the clouds. Are we seeing occupants
through the clear canopy?
Craft with a faintly visible broad oval canopy covering the top surface.
View of the underside of a fast-moving craft with some of the canopy
(with occupants?) visible on the top left.
This is a very important image because I have seen so many fast-moving
fuzzy blobs like this one that I suspected were craft of some kind,
but this is the first time that I have been able to discern more
detail. Notice the row of bumps around the object forming part of a
hazy field around it.
A comparison of two fast-moving objects
that have similar features photographed over a year apart.
The image on the right is looking at the underside or topside of the
object showing a distinct hexagonal shape.
A fast-moving craft that looks very
similar to the one in DSC00180 below.
A fast-moving disc-shaped craft very
similar to that in DSC00081 below, photographed two hours earlier.
A disc-shaped craft with a clear
canopy covering the top half. There appear to be quite a few occupants
The craft has been rotated 180 degrees from the original image and was
one of three craft travelling together (see image on the right).
A fast-moving craft with a clearly discernable spherical canopy on top.
Are we seeing two occupants inside?
A fascinating craft with a large,
clearly defined canopy on top with bright specular reflection from the
sun. It looks like there are occupants visible inside.
There is an unusual pronged structure underneath the craft holding a
pale semi-spherical blob - plasma perhaps?
The craft was rotated 90 degrees clockwise from the original image (see
image on the right).
A disc-shaped craft with a clear
canopy on top and knob-like structures underneath. Image is rotated 180
This is the first craft I have photographed flying over Port Kennedy,
Fast-moving disc-shaped craft with a faint
hint of an oval canopy.
A craft with a clearly visible oval canopy was
caught on two consecutive images (0.47 of a second apart).
The craft seems to have rotated and appears wider in the image on the
There appear to be at least three occupants visible through the canopy
in the craft on the left.
A very strange, fast-moving craft with a clear
canopy covering the top left.
It's almost as if the left part of the craft is not visible. It looks
like there are four or five occupants sitting in a circle inside the
A disc-shaped craft with a large clear canopy
covering the upper half.
disc-shaped craft is lit up underneath by the early afternoon sun (top
The bottom image is an enhancement of the craft (rotated) showing a
clear canopy and possible occupants inside.
angular-looking disc-shaped craft with a clear canopy on top and what
looks like a large nozzle-like structure underneath.
A comparison of two fast-moving sandwich-shaped
craft taken 17 days apart.
A strange knobbly and reflective craft/object appears out of the clouds
above Darlington and does a sweeping arc westward towards Perth.
The video can be seen here.
A fast-moving disc-shaped craft with a transparent glass-like
I would love to hear from anyone who is
also capturing day-time craft (UFOs) using this method.
Some of the craft that I have captured appear to be unique as I have
not been able to find them on the internet.
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