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Cool 2012 Ufo images

A few nice 2012 ufo images I found:

Bristol International Balloon Fiesta 07-08-2003
2012 ufo
Image by Karen Roe
The Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is held annually during August in Bristol, England. Teams from the UK and other parts of the world bring their hot air balloons to the site and participate in mass ascents where as many as 100 balloons may launch at a time.

The event was first held in 1979 where it was dreamt up over a drink in a pub in Bristol. Just 27 hot air balloons took part in the first Fiesta at Ashton Court, which made 117 flights over the city. It is now one of the largest in Europe. It is now common to have crowds of over 100,000 on each of the four days of the festival. It takes place in a large country estate at Ashton Court. Mass launches are made twice a day, at 6am and 6pm, subject to weather conditions.

One popular attraction is the night glow, when balloons are inflated and glow to music after dark. These are held on the opening Thursday night at approx 9:30pm, followed by a spectacular fireworks display. There is another night glow at the same time followed by the fireworks on the Saturday night. Some people see these as the highlight of the fiesta.

The balloon makers, Cameron Balloons are near to the fiesta site, in Bedminster, and make many of the special shaped balloons, which have included Rupert the Bear, The Scottish Piper, Bertie Bassett, and the Tesco Trolley. Many shapes have also attended the fiesta from abroad, over the years a UFO and a beaver have travelled from the USA, a Kiwi Bird from New Zealand, and an upside down balloon from Holland.

The Fiesta costs nearly £500,000 to stage and is funded through a combination of commercial sponsorship, corporate hospitality, exhibitor stands and car park income. The show now combines ballooning with music concerts and a huge variety of entertainment for the family and is one of the UK’s biggest outdoor events.

In 2003 the fiesta celebrated it’s 25th anniversary.

Now in its 34th year in 2012, the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is Europe’s largest annual Hot Air Balloon event and one of the UK’s top five outdoor events.

The Fiesta attracts 500,000 visitors during the show’s four days and it’s absolutely FREE to attend.

With mass Hot Air Balloon ascents at 6.00am and 6.00pm, the infamous Nightglows on both Thursday and Saturday evenings, arena and air displays, over 250 trade stands and caterers, and a variety of other entertainments, the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is an event not to be missed.

Whether you want a fun packed day out for all the family, to meet up with friends for a drink whilst watching 150 balloons lift off, or simply to come and soak up the atmosphere at our village green – we can guarantee you a great time.

Bristol International Balloon Fiesta 07-08-2003
2012 ufo
Image by Karen Roe
The Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is held annually during August in Bristol, England. Teams from the UK and other parts of the world bring their hot air balloons to the site and participate in mass ascents where as many as 100 balloons may launch at a time.

The event was first held in 1979 where it was dreamt up over a drink in a pub in Bristol. Just 27 hot air balloons took part in the first Fiesta at Ashton Court, which made 117 flights over the city. It is now one of the largest in Europe. It is now common to have crowds of over 100,000 on each of the four days of the festival. It takes place in a large country estate at Ashton Court. Mass launches are made twice a day, at 6am and 6pm, subject to weather conditions.

One popular attraction is the night glow, when balloons are inflated and glow to music after dark. These are held on the opening Thursday night at approx 9:30pm, followed by a spectacular fireworks display. There is another night glow at the same time followed by the fireworks on the Saturday night. Some people see these as the highlight of the fiesta.

The balloon makers, Cameron Balloons are near to the fiesta site, in Bedminster, and make many of the special shaped balloons, which have included Rupert the Bear, The Scottish Piper, Bertie Bassett, and the Tesco Trolley. Many shapes have also attended the fiesta from abroad, over the years a UFO and a beaver have travelled from the USA, a Kiwi Bird from New Zealand, and an upside down balloon from Holland.

The Fiesta costs nearly £500,000 to stage and is funded through a combination of commercial sponsorship, corporate hospitality, exhibitor stands and car park income. The show now combines ballooning with music concerts and a huge variety of entertainment for the family and is one of the UK’s biggest outdoor events.

In 2003 the fiesta celebrated it’s 25th anniversary.

Now in its 34th year in 2012, the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is Europe’s largest annual Hot Air Balloon event and one of the UK’s top five outdoor events.

The Fiesta attracts 500,000 visitors during the show’s four days and it’s absolutely FREE to attend.

With mass Hot Air Balloon ascents at 6.00am and 6.00pm, the infamous Nightglows on both Thursday and Saturday evenings, arena and air displays, over 250 trade stands and caterers, and a variety of other entertainments, the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is an event not to be missed.

Whether you want a fun packed day out for all the family, to meet up with friends for a drink whilst watching 150 balloons lift off, or simply to come and soak up the atmosphere at our village green – we can guarantee you a great time.

Bristol International Balloon Fiesta 07-08-2003
2012 ufo
Image by Karen Roe
The Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is held annually during August in Bristol, England. Teams from the UK and other parts of the world bring their hot air balloons to the site and participate in mass ascents where as many as 100 balloons may launch at a time.

The event was first held in 1979 where it was dreamt up over a drink in a pub in Bristol. Just 27 hot air balloons took part in the first Fiesta at Ashton Court, which made 117 flights over the city. It is now one of the largest in Europe. It is now common to have crowds of over 100,000 on each of the four days of the festival. It takes place in a large country estate at Ashton Court. Mass launches are made twice a day, at 6am and 6pm, subject to weather conditions.

One popular attraction is the night glow, when balloons are inflated and glow to music after dark. These are held on the opening Thursday night at approx 9:30pm, followed by a spectacular fireworks display. There is another night glow at the same time followed by the fireworks on the Saturday night. Some people see these as the highlight of the fiesta.

The balloon makers, Cameron Balloons are near to the fiesta site, in Bedminster, and make many of the special shaped balloons, which have included Rupert the Bear, The Scottish Piper, Bertie Bassett, and the Tesco Trolley. Many shapes have also attended the fiesta from abroad, over the years a UFO and a beaver have travelled from the USA, a Kiwi Bird from New Zealand, and an upside down balloon from Holland.

The Fiesta costs nearly £500,000 to stage and is funded through a combination of commercial sponsorship, corporate hospitality, exhibitor stands and car park income. The show now combines ballooning with music concerts and a huge variety of entertainment for the family and is one of the UK’s biggest outdoor events.

In 2003 the fiesta celebrated it’s 25th anniversary.

Now in its 34th year in 2012, the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is Europe’s largest annual Hot Air Balloon event and one of the UK’s top five outdoor events.

The Fiesta attracts 500,000 visitors during the show’s four days and it’s absolutely FREE to attend.

With mass Hot Air Balloon ascents at 6.00am and 6.00pm, the infamous Nightglows on both Thursday and Saturday evenings, arena and air displays, over 250 trade stands and caterers, and a variety of other entertainments, the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is an event not to be missed.

Whether you want a fun packed day out for all the family, to meet up with friends for a drink whilst watching 150 balloons lift off, or simply to come and soak up the atmosphere at our village green – we can guarantee you a great time.

Cool A Ufo images

A few nice a ufo images I found:

Gaelic UFO
a ufo
Image by B. Botany
Liathróid peil, nó ufo? Ufo eile

MikeCriss Blog – Ufo Dossier X 28-35 Ondata In Belgio
a ufo
Image by mikecrissflick
mikecrissblog.blogspot.com

Ufo Dossier X risale a qualche anno fa ma è, a mio giudizio, il più esaustivo e dettagliato reportage su questo argomento, ricco di filmati, interviste e fotografie tutti originali. Gli appassionati del genere non possono non vederlo.
Ci sono paesi in cui gli avvistamenti sembrano più frequenti o, forse, hanno solo meno reticenze a testimoniarli. Il Belgio è sicuramente uno di questi.
In questa puntata ragioneremo su alcuni di questi avvistamenti avallati anche dall’aeronautica militare e supportati da filmati, tracciati radar e testimonianze.

Cool A Ufo images

A few nice a ufo images I found:

UFO Catcher: Elmo
a ufo
Image by jpellgen
A Japanese classic… UFO Catcher. This one features a few Care Bears and a bunch of plush Elmo.

Dotonbori. Namba, Osaka.

Man Flying RC UFO
a ufo
Image by dagnyg
At an RC aircraft demo in Prescott Valley, Az, a man demonstrates a "ufo" that he built. It has lights on it to make it realistic. He often operates it at night. A very cool idea!

Cool 2012 Ufo images

Some cool 2012 ufo images:

Bristol International Balloon Fiesta 07-08-2003
2012 ufo
Image by Karen Roe
The Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is held annually during August in Bristol, England. Teams from the UK and other parts of the world bring their hot air balloons to the site and participate in mass ascents where as many as 100 balloons may launch at a time.

The event was first held in 1979 where it was dreamt up over a drink in a pub in Bristol. Just 27 hot air balloons took part in the first Fiesta at Ashton Court, which made 117 flights over the city. It is now one of the largest in Europe. It is now common to have crowds of over 100,000 on each of the four days of the festival. It takes place in a large country estate at Ashton Court. Mass launches are made twice a day, at 6am and 6pm, subject to weather conditions.

One popular attraction is the night glow, when balloons are inflated and glow to music after dark. These are held on the opening Thursday night at approx 9:30pm, followed by a spectacular fireworks display. There is another night glow at the same time followed by the fireworks on the Saturday night. Some people see these as the highlight of the fiesta.

The balloon makers, Cameron Balloons are near to the fiesta site, in Bedminster, and make many of the special shaped balloons, which have included Rupert the Bear, The Scottish Piper, Bertie Bassett, and the Tesco Trolley. Many shapes have also attended the fiesta from abroad, over the years a UFO and a beaver have travelled from the USA, a Kiwi Bird from New Zealand, and an upside down balloon from Holland.

The Fiesta costs nearly £500,000 to stage and is funded through a combination of commercial sponsorship, corporate hospitality, exhibitor stands and car park income. The show now combines ballooning with music concerts and a huge variety of entertainment for the family and is one of the UK’s biggest outdoor events.

In 2003 the fiesta celebrated it’s 25th anniversary.

Now in its 34th year in 2012, the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is Europe’s largest annual Hot Air Balloon event and one of the UK’s top five outdoor events.

The Fiesta attracts 500,000 visitors during the show’s four days and it’s absolutely FREE to attend.

With mass Hot Air Balloon ascents at 6.00am and 6.00pm, the infamous Nightglows on both Thursday and Saturday evenings, arena and air displays, over 250 trade stands and caterers, and a variety of other entertainments, the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is an event not to be missed.

Whether you want a fun packed day out for all the family, to meet up with friends for a drink whilst watching 150 balloons lift off, or simply to come and soak up the atmosphere at our village green – we can guarantee you a great time.

Bristol International Balloon Fiesta 07-08-2003
2012 ufo
Image by Karen Roe
The Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is held annually during August in Bristol, England. Teams from the UK and other parts of the world bring their hot air balloons to the site and participate in mass ascents where as many as 100 balloons may launch at a time.

The event was first held in 1979 where it was dreamt up over a drink in a pub in Bristol. Just 27 hot air balloons took part in the first Fiesta at Ashton Court, which made 117 flights over the city. It is now one of the largest in Europe. It is now common to have crowds of over 100,000 on each of the four days of the festival. It takes place in a large country estate at Ashton Court. Mass launches are made twice a day, at 6am and 6pm, subject to weather conditions.

One popular attraction is the night glow, when balloons are inflated and glow to music after dark. These are held on the opening Thursday night at approx 9:30pm, followed by a spectacular fireworks display. There is another night glow at the same time followed by the fireworks on the Saturday night. Some people see these as the highlight of the fiesta.

The balloon makers, Cameron Balloons are near to the fiesta site, in Bedminster, and make many of the special shaped balloons, which have included Rupert the Bear, The Scottish Piper, Bertie Bassett, and the Tesco Trolley. Many shapes have also attended the fiesta from abroad, over the years a UFO and a beaver have travelled from the USA, a Kiwi Bird from New Zealand, and an upside down balloon from Holland.

The Fiesta costs nearly £500,000 to stage and is funded through a combination of commercial sponsorship, corporate hospitality, exhibitor stands and car park income. The show now combines ballooning with music concerts and a huge variety of entertainment for the family and is one of the UK’s biggest outdoor events.

In 2003 the fiesta celebrated it’s 25th anniversary.

Now in its 34th year in 2012, the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is Europe’s largest annual Hot Air Balloon event and one of the UK’s top five outdoor events.

The Fiesta attracts 500,000 visitors during the show’s four days and it’s absolutely FREE to attend.

With mass Hot Air Balloon ascents at 6.00am and 6.00pm, the infamous Nightglows on both Thursday and Saturday evenings, arena and air displays, over 250 trade stands and caterers, and a variety of other entertainments, the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is an event not to be missed.

Whether you want a fun packed day out for all the family, to meet up with friends for a drink whilst watching 150 balloons lift off, or simply to come and soak up the atmosphere at our village green – we can guarantee you a great time.

Bristol International Balloon Fiesta 07-08-2003
2012 ufo
Image by Karen Roe
The Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is held annually during August in Bristol, England. Teams from the UK and other parts of the world bring their hot air balloons to the site and participate in mass ascents where as many as 100 balloons may launch at a time.

The event was first held in 1979 where it was dreamt up over a drink in a pub in Bristol. Just 27 hot air balloons took part in the first Fiesta at Ashton Court, which made 117 flights over the city. It is now one of the largest in Europe. It is now common to have crowds of over 100,000 on each of the four days of the festival. It takes place in a large country estate at Ashton Court. Mass launches are made twice a day, at 6am and 6pm, subject to weather conditions.

One popular attraction is the night glow, when balloons are inflated and glow to music after dark. These are held on the opening Thursday night at approx 9:30pm, followed by a spectacular fireworks display. There is another night glow at the same time followed by the fireworks on the Saturday night. Some people see these as the highlight of the fiesta.

The balloon makers, Cameron Balloons are near to the fiesta site, in Bedminster, and make many of the special shaped balloons, which have included Rupert the Bear, The Scottish Piper, Bertie Bassett, and the Tesco Trolley. Many shapes have also attended the fiesta from abroad, over the years a UFO and a beaver have travelled from the USA, a Kiwi Bird from New Zealand, and an upside down balloon from Holland.

The Fiesta costs nearly £500,000 to stage and is funded through a combination of commercial sponsorship, corporate hospitality, exhibitor stands and car park income. The show now combines ballooning with music concerts and a huge variety of entertainment for the family and is one of the UK’s biggest outdoor events.

In 2003 the fiesta celebrated it’s 25th anniversary.

Now in its 34th year in 2012, the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is Europe’s largest annual Hot Air Balloon event and one of the UK’s top five outdoor events.

The Fiesta attracts 500,000 visitors during the show’s four days and it’s absolutely FREE to attend.

With mass Hot Air Balloon ascents at 6.00am and 6.00pm, the infamous Nightglows on both Thursday and Saturday evenings, arena and air displays, over 250 trade stands and caterers, and a variety of other entertainments, the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is an event not to be missed.

Whether you want a fun packed day out for all the family, to meet up with friends for a drink whilst watching 150 balloons lift off, or simply to come and soak up the atmosphere at our village green – we can guarantee you a great time.

Cool A Ufo images

Check out these a ufo images:

UFO: A La Carte II
a ufo
Image by jpellgen
This is one of many varieties of UFO catcher. Seen in Akihabara, Tokyo.

Akihabara is a special district in Tokyo that is now as famous for the anime/manga/gaming culture that exists there as it is for electronic goods. The electronic stores there are numerous–the Yodobashi Camera there, for example, is huge. Also, this is where one can find maid cafes, and interesting phenomenon where otaku boys and girls can co-exist in a robotic alternate universe… For a small fee, of course.

Barry Sparks – UFO @ Aschaffenburg
a ufo
Image by t.klick
UFO
Colos-Saal, Aschaffenburg
June 16, 2011
Check out the entire picture set at www.stonebreaker.de

Cool Alien Ufos images

Some cool alien ufos images:

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alien ufos
Image by orgasmictomato
UFO or Sky anomalies in my sky NSW Australia. All are genuine phoenomena as videoed in super nightshot IR and computer clarified only. They all " FLY " and are not:
1. Satellites etc.
2. Any common aircraft.
3. Meteorites or Space debri.
4. Stars or planets.
5. Marsh gas, swamp gas, balloons, birds, bats, insects (listed), etc.

Added Notation Feb. 2010:-
These are now listed as "Dimensional Entities" by myself and research has shown them to be capable of intelligent interaction and most likely "thought reception" as I now interact with them on a regular basis, including there appearance, display and shape changing for understanding and education. This includes responses to my light signals in visible light and near infrared.
They are capable of visible display in our dimension as shown on many of my videos, day and night sky and some within meters of me whilst videoing.

Unfortunately our so called scientific academia are still unable to acknowledge their ignorance and assist me with this ground breaking work in quantum physics exploration. Maybe because none of them have the ability to see what I see? Maybe because it doesn’t fit in with there "theories" Who knows?

UFO Sighting of Fleet of Orbs over Hawaii Military base on April, 2011
alien ufos
Image by DragonRal
Astonishing footage that shows five UFOs hovering above the Makua Military Reservation, outside of the city of Honolulu on the island of Ohua in Hawaii has been released onto the Internet and is creating a buzz on dozens of online UFO forums (see video below). Commentators and researchers are comparing the UFO fleet seen in the video below to the fleets seen and filmed at various locations above Japan before, during and after the tsunami and earthquake.

UFO sightings at military installations have been documented by dozens of researchers, such as Mr Robert Hastings, who has written and lectured extensively on UFO sightings, in particular, in the vicinity of nuclear weapons sites. Hundreds of ex-military personnel have come forward and testified to witnessing alien activity during their period of service.