I can send you the pictures. I copied them on a CD. To what address do I send them? (I will try to send them to you via "attachments" thing below.)On December 9, 2008, there was a fire in Thousand Oaks. I went there and took pictures. I got a "shakey hands" warning from my camera, and I could see on the display that the pictures were out of focus.I didn't have much interest in them. Lately I felt a need to get my personal pictures off my computer at work. I was going to burn them on a CD. I looked through the pictures, wanted to delete any duplicate shots. When I saw the picture, I was puzzled. I can not imagine what makes the appearance of these lights up in the sky.On the day that I took the pictures, my first vantage point was a dud. So I hopped in my car and drove around until I found a better view. Even at that, trees were in the way ... by the time I found a good spot, it was getting late, losing sunlight. I remember the flames of the fire suddenly seemed to burst up. It was like when you light a gas stove and the fire erupts with a burst. The fire did a burst; then it quickly fizzled out to glowing embers. "Oh well," I thought, "show's over."Maybe you can determine a logical explanation for the lights. Or at least rule out, "dirty lense, etc."