Craft/objects (UFOs) photographed over Darlington, Perth Hills, Western Australia
updated: 20th March 2016 Why are there
so many craft in our atmosphere at this time? Read here.
Are we seeing a massive cloudship
appearing in the thinner higher-altitude clouds over the house in the
top-left half of the image? Note the long curved rim of what
could be a very large disc-shaped craft that has not fully materialised
but is affecting the clouds around it. Also note the unusual octagonal shape in these clouds. The contrast of this image has been increased deliberately to show better detail in the thinner high-altitude clouds.
A fast-moving disc-shaped craft appears to "power up" and releases a
burst of intense orange light which I photographed as a bright-orange
"trail" in the sky. The
light trail was only visible in one image in a series taken at 2 frames
per second. Is this one of the ways our Star Family is saying 'hello'?
Craft with a clear oval canopy. Enhancement (left) has been rotated 90 degrees clockwise from the original (right).
Two consecutive images of the same
disc-like craft with an unusual linear structure lit-up blue underneath
Two different craft photographed
close together on the same image. The enhancement of the upper craft has been rotated 90 degrees clockwise.
A sunny day with beautiful wispy
clouds passing by most of the day. There was a lot of craft activity in
the sky over the Perth hills.
very clear image of a long rectangular craft with a flat clear canopy
on top. There is a long specular reflection from the sun along the edge
of the craft. A larger enhancement (inset) suggests
that it is a large craft with many people on board.
There are two smaller craft (above and below the large craft) in this
Huge numbers of craft in the sky this
afternoon, although many were small and faint in my photographs. This is one of the clearer
disc-shaped craft photographed. The enhancement (right, rotated 90
degrees clockwise) shows a craft with a bright specular
reflection from the sun on a clear oval canopy.
A fast-moving disc-shaped craft is
photographed at top right of the image. The insert shows an enhancement of
the craft which has been rotated 90 degrees anticlockwise.
The following is a series of nine
images taken over approximately 3 seconds with my Nikon D600 camera
with 760nm IR filter. The images show more than 20 craft
flying in different directions. Each craft is numbered and their
movement tracked. The camera was aimed just above the
north-eastern horizon from Darlington.
The series shows the huge numbers of craft present in the sky over the
Perth hills at 3:25 pm on 8th October 2015. Click on the image for a larger
Two craft are lit-up like lights in
high altitude cloud. Photographed using a Nikon D600 converted for
increased IR sensitivity and a 760nm IR filter.
Two consecutive images showing a bird
flying from right to left with the sudden appearance of a disc-shaped
craft above and behind the bird in the lower image. Photos were taken using a Nikon D600
camera converted for increased IR sensitivity and fitted with a 760nm
A square or rectangular craft very
similar to DSC03612 photographed about 7 weeks ago (23rd August 2015,
see below). The inserts show two different
enhancements of the craft with what looks like an oval transparent
canopy on top.
Three fast-moving craft that appear
to be travelling together, photographed in just one frame in a series. The enhancement is of the craft at
A disc-shaped craft with an oval dome shoots past a beautiful wispy cloud formation. Enhancement has been rotated 90 degrees clockwise.
Here are four craft photographed in
only one image of a series (at 2 frames per second) flying at high
speed in different directions with high altitude wispy clouds in the
background. The last two days have been
spectacular with streaky wispy clouds and many craft present, although
on Tuesday morning (8th September 2015) it was spoiled by three
chemtrails that were sprayed over Perth.
A craft speeds by a cloud that
appears to be giving the "thumbs up". Nice one!
No wonder these craft are so
difficult to see with the naked eye. An unusual looking object is just
visible above the gutter of our house. It looks like a disc-shaped craft
with an almost transparent body but the outline of the craft is still
discernable (see enhancement in insert).
A fast-moving disc-shaped craft with
an transparent oval canopy.
A disc-shaped craft with a bright
specular reflection from the sun on its transparent canopy (top left)
and another object with a brightly lit-up triangular face. Enhancements of the two objects are
shown on the top right.
Many craft were photographed just after midday on Sunday 23rd August
over Darlington, Western Australia:
A disc-shaped craft with a large
Three consecutive images (0.5 sec
apart) showing a small group of disc-shaped craft flying by, again in a
triangle formation. This time some appear to be lighting
up in different colours. A pale blue colour (middle craft in
the left image) and pink colours of two craft in the triangle formation
(middle image). Inserts show enhancements of two of
the craft (rotated 90 degrees clockwise) showing their disc-like shape.
Exactly 5 minutes later, a small
group of 6 craft flew in a roughly westerly direction (right to left),
One minute later, a much larger fleet
of at least 27 craft appeared across two images:
The brightest craft at the bottom
right of both images (above) were enhanced and rotated 90 degrees (see
inserted images above). Another craft shoots across the fleet
in the image on the right.
A very unusual looking square-shaped
fast-moving object over Darlington.
This is an interesting exercise that
seemed to work this time. While photographing a patch of blue sky
straight above my head,
I asked star family to make an appearance so that I could photograph
them. During a 4 second period a small
group of circular craft came almost straight down to my position and
then headed in a roughly north-easterly direction. Some of the craft remained flying in
a triangular formation. The images in this series were taken at
approximately 2 frames per second. There are other craft flying by at
high speed in the last two frames.
Recently, I was reminded of this photo that I took back in 2012 from my
parent's garden in the Perth hills.
My wife, Shelley, sensed it first and then we spotted what looked like
a partially cloaked craft within a circular field of some kind.
Two different enhancements are shown on the left. A crescent moon is
visible in the top left in the image at right.
A disc-shaped craft with an oval canopy shoots past in a north-easterly
direction with the moon in the background.
Note that the lower image showing an enhancement of the craft has been
rotated 180 degrees.
A craft with a very clear oval canopy photographed in two consecutive
images taken approximately 0.5 second apart.
Both images have been rotated 90 degrees clockwise from the originals.
A fast-moving disc-shaped craft showing a bright specular reflection
from the sun on the oval-shaped canopy on top.
Disc-shaped craft with a faintly visible oval-shaped canopy. Image has
been rotated 90 degrees clockwise from the original.
I would love to hear from anyone who is
also photographing day-time craft (UFOs) using this method.
Some of the craft that I have photographed appear to be unique as I have
not been able to find them on the internet.
Any comments or questions? Contact me (Rob) at: