Visibility IV / V
Haloh April was pretty weak, only 14 days hit its own halos, two of them rarities. And that other rarity day was this May Day event.
I noticed a clear overhead arc in half of the twelve countries. I was thinking of taking a decent stack from the balcony, but after eleven pictures, the wind ripped the slip of the magnetic-covered cover off the balcony. Luckily it was found in the yard and I was able to continue the descriptions again. The set didn't look any marvelous except for the bright top, and the lower clouds sailed badly in front of me and everything else had to be done, but in addition to the first series, I got a 16-image and a second 11-image series before leaving the descriptions completely.
In the afternoon the low clouds got worse and I followed the sky only occasionally as the last sighting shortly after 3pm with a piece of diffusion from the twilight clouds.
When processing the pictures, there were nice tops. A horizon ring stood out from the untreated still images (Fig. 1, 1st sample of the first stack). Stacked and USMatted is already clearly visible (Figure 2, 11 in Figures 11.38-11.41). I stumbled upon another nice surprise from the BR version of the stack: 46 pool side (Figure 3). Quite rarely hits the signatory, even if the general forms are counted. Another stack (16 photos, 12.02-12.03) offered an even nicer surprise: Wegener! (Figures 4 & 5). After all, Wege had already been reported from Kangasala and Jyväskylä , but I couldn't be prepared for it to be found in my own pictures. Even in the first stack, it stands out when you know how to look. As in the third stack at 12.04 (picture not shown).
A really nice closing letter for halo-april.