Visibility III / V
Jupiter, Saturn and Venus in Mäntyluoto on the back of Kallo. After sunset, it was great with time to watch the stars light up into the darkening sky. This really can’t cure a Christmas night out; sea smoke, 15 degrees below zero, the icy and icy sea, the changing colors of the evening sky, and the appearance of planets and stars in the sky.
After a couple of hours, his fingers and toes were so icy that the search for comet Leonard was delayed a second time. Unfortunately, the camera was set to ISO 6400 after night shooting, which would not have been necessary in the still relatively bright evening sky. Maybe admiring the frost and celestial bodies also took its share of the capacity available to adjust the camera, and it doesn’t matter that, next time maybe remember again. :)