Photographs by Paul Clacher Copyright 2006

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STAS1.1 - Richmond - Church
STAS1.2 - The Old Treasury Building Hobart - (notice shaft of light to right of frame)
STAS1.2a - An enlargement of above photo, with contrast and brightness adjusted. Frame is just to the right of the right lower window.
STAS1.3 - The Salamanca Courtyard Hobart. (note:- same shaft of light as seen above.)
STAS1.4 - The Salamanca Courtyard Hobart. (Note:- same shaft of light as seen above.)
STAS1.5 - The Salamanca Courtyard Hobart. (Note:- same shaft of light as seen above.)
STAS1.6 - Photographs from Hobart Ghost Tour (0419122609).
STAS1.7 - Photographs from Hobart Ghost Tour. Taken 29/12/2005 (0419122609).
STAS1.7.1 - Enhanced "Adobe Auto Smart Fix" of above photograph. Study carefully the plasma to the left of frame and Orb above to the right of it. Photographs from Hobart Ghost Tour (0419122609).
STAS1.8 - Photographs from Hobart Ghost Tour (0419122609).
STAS1.9 - Photographs from Hobart Ghost Tour (0419122609).
STAS1.10 - Photographs from Hobart Ghost Tour - Orb moving upwards in sky. (0419122609).
STAS1.11 - The Hastings Caves
STAS1.12 - The Hastings Caves

STAS1.12a - The Hastings Caves - Enlargement of above Orb cluster. (Please note:- It is highly unlikely that dust particles would move in a curved arc in a still air environment of a cave. Also, if air movement were present it is highly probable that all dust particles would move at the same time in the same direction. Please also note, that the shutter speed of the camera was 1/60th of a second. It would have to be a very fast breeze and dust particle to cause the above image.)

STAS1.13 - The Hastings Caves
STAS1.14 - The Hastings Caves
STAS1.15 - The Hastings Caves
STAS1.16 - The Hastings Caves
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