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British woman asks for help with UFO photo

Wildlife photographer Sandra Stuteley thought she saw a bird in the sky April 21 and took a photo – only later realizing the object might have been a UFO.

Sandra Stuteley’s UFO image. (Credit: Peterborough Telegraph)
Sandra Stuteley’s UFO image. (Credit: Peterborough Telegraph)

Stuteley was standing on a path near Orton Hall in Orton Longueville at 11:48 a.m. when the “bird” was seen in the nearby sky. She thought nothing of it t the time – until she reviewed her images.

“I thought ‘wow, what are they’?” she told the Peterborough Telegraph. “I did not even know I had taken them.”

Wildlife photographer Sandra Stuteley. (Credit: Peterborough Telegraph)
Wildlife photographer Sandra Stuteley. (Credit: Peterborough Telegraph)

The woman then began asking friends and family if they could identify the object – but no one could make an identification.

Stuteley is asking anyone who thinks they know what the object is to contact the Peterborough Telegraph.

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  1. Typical flying construct. Everyone is weird and different from the last. Or hasn’t anyone noticed that yet ?

  2. It is a Garden Gnome that has been thrown into the air.
    The round shapes are the base of it.
    You can even see his blue pointy hat.

  3. Look carefully at the top image, and you can see what it is. Unless I’m very much mistaken it’s a Cabbage White or similar butterfly, flying almost upside down. The give-away is the brownish wing tip and spot which appear at the bottom right of the object, because it’s upside down.

    The large white area is the underside of the insect’s left wing, which is brightly lit because it’s facing upwards.

    If you’re not convinced, just download the image and enlarge it using any image manipulation software.

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