|'Star of David' orbs surrounding the De Niro lookalike guitarist of Sahara Beck's?|
|My old cell phone/camera.|
|The iPod camera I used at Bluesfest.|
But I forgot my Ericsson phone charger and there was no way my cell phone battery was going to stay charged for one day, never mind four days, so I decided that I had to take all my photos on my iPod, since I could charge it every night in my motel room and that way keep a fully charged cell phone in case I need to used the phone.
I went to see Sahara Beck's set at the Jambalaya tent on Easter Sunday and thought her guitarist looked a lot like Robert Di Niro out of the movie 'Taxi Driver', so I snapped a couple of shots of him on my iPod camera.
|More 'Star of David's orbs surrounding the De Niro lookalike guitarist of Sahara Beck's?|
The band had no lighting effects making these visible while watching the performance.
It was a mystery to Sahara when I showed her the shots on my camera as she was signing my CD.
I am of Jewish descent, by the way, but I'm not a religious Jew.
In fact, I used to have a Star of David tattooed on my left hand, but I had it removed surgically in my early 20s.
|My old tattoo that I once had as a teenager, long gone now|
I also caught a few orbs in shots at the Eagles of Death Metal gig on Saturday, but they were just sphere shaped.
|The Eagles of Death Metal gig on Saturday and blue orbs in the crowd?|
I tend to think of these camera orbs as just the way the light interacts with the cell phone lens when taking a shot, but I must admit that they happen in the weirdest circumstances and of course you don't usually see them until you review a shot.
|Sahara Beck on the Jambalaya Stage Easter Sunday at Bluesfest 2016.|
SOMARA conference at Byron Bay in February this year.
|One of the prints I bought at SOMARA in February 2016.|
Anyway, I thought I would share these weird orb/light effects from my Bluesfest weekend before I started the Bluesfest posts that I'm about to write to capture each day that I was there, which was four this year.
|Morning clouds over Bluesfest 2016.|