"These pictures were taken from my front yard over a period of 2-3 hours. I tried to snap the same general area of sky so that you can see how the contrails gradually spread out to contribute to the cloud cover."
Aerosols Photographed in Santa Fe, New Mexico by an Independent Photographer
Notice the dissipation of the trail within approximately a 30 second interval. The camera was held stationary on the contrail after the plane passed. Notice that none of the trails are coming directly from the tail of the airplane.
Recommendations for an adequate camera setup is presented here that will give quality pictures of chemplanes that can be used as further proof that these aerosol programs are real. Conditions are also explored as to how to get optimum timing for these pictures. Discussed are cameras, zoom lenses and teleconverters. Pictures from witnesses that show the various spray types are welcome at the Carnicom Institute.
Another set of contrail pictures is presented that can be used as a control group when making comparisons to other types of aerosol sprays.
Various pictures of normal contrails are presented and discussed in the paper. Notes are presented outlining how to tell a normal contrail from other aerosol spray lines.
The most egregious photo of the year occurred on April 18, 1999. The onslaught that was occurring on this day spurred Clifford Carnicom to call the FAA. They denied any spraying programs were occurring in the area despite the massive sprays that were witnessed at that time.
This set of photos became available today, March 18. They show dramatic and coordinated activity resulting in rapid cloud formation; this entire series occurred approximately within one-half hour on the morning of Feb 17th. There was a corresponding decrease in temperature of approximately 25 degrees within this same period over Santa Fe. This particular action appeared to be dedicated explicitly to the case of "X marks the spot", as described by William Thomas in his recent interview on Art Bell on March 17-18.
Sequenced Photo of Contrails : Santa Fe, New Mexico. Tuesday, March 2, 1999. Southeastern Sky : Approx. 0900 to 0930. Photographed by Clifford E Carnicom : firstname.lastname@example.org. copyright 1999 by Clifford E Carnicom
Sequenced Photo of Contrails : Santa Fe, New Mexico Sunday, February 20, 1999
This webpage contains multiple pictures of aerosol spraying that were witnessed in Santa Fe, New Mexico in early 1999 that show both east-west and north-south associations and other interesting patterns of sprays.
Sequenced Photo of Contrails : Santa Fe, New Mexico
Sunday, February 14, 1999