Visibility III / V
The "cushions" were not clear to the eye, but I discovered it when I took pictures and set the settings on the camera. To the eye, it only looked like an ordinary aurora borealis arch, in a lighter gray that is most common to see this far down in the country when it is not so active.
As usual when you see the Northern Lights arc so far down in the country, it looks like a lighter gray arc, so I did not see these "cushions" with the naked eye. However, I had my camera that was taking a timelap and I then saw in the pictures that the northerner got this shape. It's nothing I've seen before down here, I'm 99/100 times out and take photos when there's a chance of the Northern Lights where I'm gone and have never seen it in previous pictures. As the northern lights began to become more active to the northeast, this phenomenon disappeared. I was out taking pictures from 18: 30-02: 15 and with the camera on all that time, and it is only during the specified times that I captured the "cushions".