Visibility I / V
Autumn arrives and the mornings again include dewy ground. In last year’s style on a business trip, hook up to a suitable meadow to pursue the dew arch.
This time, the visual visibility of the situation was worse than last year. I put my hopes at the peak of separation from the stack and it certainly paid off. The arch was hooked up with that const no later than after the color channel treatment.
The first pair of images is a bundle of 10 frames, style image-side-image. The arch stood out better in this smaller stack, despite the trees shading the surface of the meadow. At this point, the meadow had e.g. a large-leaf clover that glowed strongly even as a shrine. The third image is a stack of 21 images from a different area and with a slight change in style (image step forward-image). It remains to be seen if a better platform can be found for this to emerge.