The Profound Interaction of Light

  My orb adventure started on christmas eve 2015 in my back garden in the Enchanted Land of Elphinstone (you'll get to that later!).
At first, it was to see if I could capture a few orbs on camera, but it has since become an integral part of my life.
I only get good orb photos at night when it's pouring down with rain when there is a heightened level of natural  energy.
I'm not complaining though - I have great fun with it, and I am repeatedly astonished by the images I find.
None of the content of the photographs is haphazard. I am certain that everything included in each photograph is pre-determined and deliberate. 
I use a Nikon Coolpix l820 - a bit battered these days. O ther than cropping and resizing when necessary, all photographs are exactly as taken. None has been altered in any way.
There is no absolute code and no rules to interpretation.  There are infinite forms of expression in the Universe.
I have found that orbs often reflect the photographer's or viewer's belief system if expected to - Light will take the shortest route
in order to   communicate.   

It has been known for thousands of years that our bodies contain light - known as Chi or Prana. There is now extensive scientific evidence to prove this. First 'discovered' in 1923 by Professor Alexander G Gurwitsch who named them 'mitogenic rays'.                                                                               More recently biophysicist Fritz-Albert Popp has proven that the cells of our bodies emit Light, and that biophotons have an essential role in the functioning of our cells.
We are connected to, and inseparable  from the Light that surrounds us - a case of 'Quantum Entanglement'.  

My aim is to provide photographic evidence of the consciousness of Light, and to show that Light is an intelligent and conscious force that interacts with us at        all times.   

                                     I will be adding more photographs from time to time as I receive them, so please re-visit occasionally.
                                                      I really hope that you enjoy this website.