Visibility V / V
After all, we got that "concentration" here too, because a little before one in the morning, a thunderstorm started approaching from the direction of Kauhajoki, which really was as if a battery of a thousand tubes had opened a drum fire. Nothing really came of sleeping, but the rain that preceded the thunder on the other hand made sure that you couldn't even shoot without the camera getting wet, and there are trees in front of the back terrace.
Then I thought that I would wait for the thunder to pass by and go to the terrace in the front yard to film a proper light show, but the thunder did come on, so it didn't seem like a healthy solution at that moment either. Thus, I was content to admire the heavenly strobe lights from behind the window for a good hour, until the thunder was at a safe distance and I could carry out my plan.
Maybe I waited too long, because the picture was a bit poor. In addition to all the other good things, a couple of spectacular flashes went off when the camera position was changed. Well, something was caught.