November Rain

Hey, Kiddo

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I took some photos last night after I came home from work, and I was going to show them on Facebook, but there were so many that I decided to do a photo strip here instead.

Although the photos are much of the same, I stepped it up a bit.

The majority of my photos are taken from my bathroom’s windowsill, since I have the clearest shot from there, but last night I decided to do something a little different, I changed the angle of reception. You’ll see what I mean if you should view them.

After I uploaded them last night, I scrolled through what I had taken, and while I was scrolling I began to think about what I was looking at. Something began to stand out in some of the photos.

So I began to think.

Before I tell you what I think, I’ll post some of them first. Take a look . . .





The last photo posted I had taken an upward shot, the structure to the right is the deck floor to the upstairs’ apartment. All of the 4 photos posted were taken within the span of 1 minute. Some more photos . . .



Notice something different?


What’s different about them?



When I take these photos it is usually raining out, and the reason for that is the raindrops act as magnifiers for the camera’s flash, creating more flash to illuminate what’s in a neighboring dimension. And that’s where there’s an issue. Those black spots on the souls are shadows from the raindrops, but if they are in another dimension, how can there be shadows on them? How can a raindrop cast a shadow? I have taken similar ones in the past, but not as frequent as now. Here, a few more photos . . .



Another question I have is where did they go? I mean, this photo was taken only seconds after the last, and the appears to be less of them. Interesting. Also, notice the shadows. More photos . . .


Now there appears to be more of them.



This next photo is an interesting one. This is an upward shot towards the sky. Notice the direction the souls are facing. Although they are facing me, they are not facing me directly. It’s like they’re standing at attention.


This photo shows the same “at attention” look.



I had taken more photos after I had uploaded these, but I didn’t upload them yet, I’m waiting to take some more before I do. By the way, the Mickey Mouse outdoor thermometer was already there when I moved in a year and a half ago, it isn’t mine but I use it. It isn’t very accurate, but then again, it is a “Mickey Mouse” outdoor thermometer 🙂 .

Do you have a favorite soul photo, Kiddo? Sounds like a strange question, but you never know. I think that out of all the photos I have, this one is my favorite ;


It was taken on Friday May 1st, 2015, at my last job. I was working outside when I felt that something was watching me, so I took out my camera and took a picture at where I felt something watching me, and this is what I captured. Two days later my life changed.

I have realized last weekend that I have flooded your website with these photos, and that wasn’t my intention at all. So, to make it up to you, I Created another website for you 🙂 😉 .

The website sits in plain view here on WordPress, but nothing is posted into yet. There is one post there, but it is sitting in “drafts” where no one can see it. When the site is up I will send you the link. I won’t tell you what the difference is with the new site, for you will see the difference immediately.

Anyway, I have some things to do since I am up early today. I haven’t posted any music videos here in some time, so after I sign out I will leave a link to one.

I hope you’re doing well, Sweetheart, and know that I miss you very much.

Have yourself a stellar day, Kiddo.

Love always, Daddio


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