Visibility III / V
When the values seemed reasonable even here in the southeast, I left for Sycininiemi. The previous repos and the news about them had apparently mobilized and almost swarmed in Sarviniemi. Usually you can be there in peace, at most a few people can be on the move. I arrived well in advance after ten and first described from the ice in the southern sky a bright shining moon surrounded for some time by a 22-degree ring (a separate Havis from it). Shortly before half past twelve, the arc, hidden among the upper clouds, began to rise and brighten. This was followed by a pretty substorm that gradually calmed down after the Chorus Waves and the beautifully "adjustable" phase into an arc that remained hidden behind the upper clouds again.
The first photo in which the sub storm kicked off was taken at 11:30 p.m. Another photo was taken at 11.32pm when a fast and bright, red bottom and beautiful spirals appeared. The third image was taken at 11.49 pm, after which the spirals disappeared and were replaced by the most diffuse chorus waves and rays. The fourth photo was taken at 11:55 p.m. The fifth picture was taken at 0.10.