Ehtoo became a bit of a regulator because of the clouds, which is why the story about the evening also bears its name: in the operation-closed tube /
The evening started by driving to Kalanti, from where the focus spun on its hind legs to Pyhäranta, where there are pictures of the evening.
When the fog and clouds finally receded, there was time for a repo set. I inched at the man that it would look just like we’ve had in the sky either a) dunes b) sar c) both. There was a moment of snads in the sky in the northern arc of the so-called dune shelf, and I was also wondering about the very reddish different colors already on the back of the camera. In general (and this is therefore my own experience) the size of the red area suggests that the sky may be hiding or have been hiding SAR. I did not have an adventure in the wonder world of the internet to observe these facts at night, but I drew a conclusion about the remaining forms of the northern lights and what kind of play it was based on experience in the field of repos :)
At the rather end of the play, on the east side of the arc, it was as if a pulsating elongated spot ran along the rest of the arc of northern lights. The spot was thus an elongated, elongated chunk or pampula that ran along the arch and a very demanding record. The play also featured tall, thin northern lights pillars with a beautiful blue top.