Visibility IV / V
The curves whirled in the intoxication of Friday night to the pattern that the color of the sky might be changing. Already from the village track you could see how a beautiful green belt of northern lights waved in the north.
I was speeding to the boat dock in the church village . By the time I got the camera up, the green belt had already turned into a mess. I watched the silent go for a moment and continued to walk farther from the lights of the agglomeration .
The routine for filming was clearly lost after the summer. When one of the pedestals failed underneath, the entire treatment plastered into the butt next to the bag stop. I warmly commended the silicone cases and screen protectors placed around the camera, as the imaging equipment didn’t seem to suffer from the gig in any way on the covers. And anyone who has ever shot with a 14mm Samyang knows that its front lens is outright begging for trouble at night in the queue at the kiosk.
In the end, it showed that I wasn’t quite as lucky as I thought. The devil of the lens no longer focused on infinity ... or at least infinity wasn't where it used to be. As you cover this, the clouds creep to cover everything that is still to be photographed.