On Saturday night, . Judging from this photo taken last week in the Bow Ridge Reservation, something must have known they were on the way! After all, the Bow Ridge area was settled by some of the earliest European colonials and at the time was inhabitated by the Pawtucket Indians and other tribes.
Granted, these light effects come up pretty routinely in photography, both indoors and outdoors - and usually bugs and dust are to blame, reported the investigators Saturday night. But no matter where you stand on stuff like this, this particular one, blown up, is pretty unique. Just for context, the original, un-zoomed photo, is also here for review. I'm not claiming it's anything (all joking references to a 1920s tourist attraction aside). Either way, it's a break from the usual, that's for sure.