This week’s Chasing Shadows column asks a question that’s a little different. The above picture was captured by a motion-triggered, infrared, game camera placed on a rock across from a pond in a very rural and isolated area of
The time was dusk. There are no houses or roads visible beyond the palmettos behind the deer and it is highly unlikely anyone was in the dense scrub with a lantern or flashlight. The deer seems to be oblivious to the bright rectangular object to its right. The object did not appear in the frame before or the frame after.
The camera is an AttackIR model 1156. Do you know what we are looking at in this picture? If so, please contact the Times at 653-8868 or contact Lois Swoboda at email@example.com – By LOIS SWOBODA