. The object was hanging low in the south, moving in a controlled manner about relatively small area of the skies. My estimate of its altitude, based on being familiar with the skyline and given reference points, is +/- 1500 m, and its distance from my vantage point is about 5 km or more – it was a large thing, quite far away. Initially, I thought it was a kite, especially the smaller component looked like a kite tail with a banner attached to it. The large object, however, has an internal motion to it, kind of organic spasm, somewhat counterintuitive in terms of kite control. It resembles a jellyfish, somewhat, not unlike the Crimson Jellyfish featured in my Report #18. I don’t know where it came from, or how long it has been hanging there before I noticed it. It sunk bellow camera’s horizon line at one point, I could still see it, tried to lift up the camera (mounted on a tripod), but the object was gone before I got ready. I didn’t see it go away as I was fiddling with the camera, don’t know whether it sunk further towards ground, or where exactly did it go. It could had been a kite after all, but I think it’s worth publishing here in light of many sightings, including my own Reports #15 and #18, of objects that, each on its own, would pass as balloons, kites and alike, but, put all together, they make an intricate pattern, not readily explainable as something as mundane as that.