Visibility III / V
Shortly after midnight, I noticed illuminating night clouds quite clearly visible from the kitchen window. I set out to take a closer look at them, but the sky was partly cloudy and it was only clear to the west and northwest. However, the night clouds were quite high and I would estimate that there was 1/8 of the sky.
The shape in the northwest was belts (pictures 1 and 2). Especially in picture 1, the belt just above the tops of the fir trees was clearly brighter than the others.
There were clouds high up in the northern direction, but a wave-like formation was clearly visible behind the cloud cover (picture 3).
I went back to the observation site even later, although I was already planning to sleep, because the sky seemed to have cleared somewhat and there was a night cloud resembling a feather or a large feather (picture 4; the stars of Cassiopeia were not distinguishable with the naked eye). A rather lumpy and vague shape also stood out (picture 5). The brightness was the same, but now the scope of the play had increased.