digital camera ang gamit mo so more likely automatic ang mga settings when you took the shot?
comparing the 2nd and 3rd from the 1st picture, the light in the window is merely a reflection of a light source, maybe the light post either at the gate or the one at the left. It's a night time shot so any light is intensified and becomes very visible. It's not visible in the 1st shot because it's a closer shot.
As to the igorot/silhouette, my guess is it's a shadow or, as you said, an effect of your hand being unsteady. It's the leaves of the coconut tree being over exposed (if you have a cam phone try taking a picture with shaking hands; a common phenomenon).
don't worry, dude. Ghosts do not crave attention; and your house is not haunted.
next time try taking a picture of your house during the twilight hours (sunrise or sunset). Not too dark and yet not too bright.
BTW, nice house!
thank you. a lot of effort, pawis and homesickness was put into finishing that house.
We did consider the light, the one near the entrance to the maid's. But being a Design Firm, this pix went through various engineering studies checking the light angles, telemetry and such, but it still does not add up. To achieve a light like this on the window, would take a light source at level to the window.
I do admit that during the latter part of the project, I started to believe in "others" within us. I myself could hear chains being dragged inside the house. At first, sinagawan ko pa kala ko laborer. Told him to carry the chain kasi baka magasgasan yung bagong varnished floor. But the next morning, on checking the room I find no scratch / skid marks. Heard these chain sounds about 3 times, the whole time I was there.
Even my officemates who were assigned, have their own stories to tell. Some see window handles moving (they attributed it to namalik mata kasi puyat at may hangover). some hearing voices, usually women's and kid's voices, (they attribute it to the wind). Some hear footsteps (they attribute it to the hammering or construction works). but I do admit during the latter part, we started talking to them (like talking to ourselves). Like saying "tabi tabi po" o "wag nyo na po kaming pahirapan kasi trabaho lang namin ito". After saying it, medyo madali na yung work.
Well, too many stories to tell regarding this.. Sana may EB, punta ako. Hope you can come too and maybe you may have a logical explanation to it.... or the other guys / gals.