The word dust is used to describe a variety of the collection of miscellaneous particles which include pollen, both hair and skin cells from humans and animals, particles of ash, and fibers of textiles and paper.
They usually gather up together as the wind blows or they can come as a result of pollution, or the weather orbs lift them are a group of circular artifacts which occur when photography is done in the presence of a flash. They also indicate trails that indicate motion. You may even be able to catch it in the blink of an eye.
Some people usually become scared when they see pictures that come with a lot of orbs. Some people say that orbs only look like orbs but they are actually dust that may have gotten stuck on the lens of the cameras that are being used. You can usually tell the difference based on how they look like. Dust may sometimes be composed of pollen, dead skin cells of animals and humans, and so much more.
Orbs are known to be artifacts that may appear because of light. There are also instances when orbs that appear may show the presence of ghosts in the area. Take note that there are always different explanations that are available for the things that may appear in pictures.
Mike John, Content Explorer, MCA, Los Angeles, California, USA
Answered Aug 28, 2019
There are so many tiny particles moving around in the air. Some of those tiny particles can be seen with our naked eyes, while some cannot be seen. Dust and orbs are quite similar and it will be very difficult to differentiate the two. Dust are mostly dry, fine particles of matter found in the air and covering the surface of objects, typically consisting of soil lifted up by the wind.
Orbs, on the other hand, is formed during photography especially when it is done in the presence of flash. This usually leads to the creation of artifacts. Orbs is formed when the light from the flash comes in contact with any solid objects. Light can also hit dust and orbs will be formed. Dust is usually formed when wind is blowing. Or when big object suddenly falls on fine soils and other particles. It can also occur during volcanic eruption