Visibility IV / V
The transition from storm surge to aurora borealis didn't quite happen without gritting your teeth. The thunder cell still flickering on the horizon had brought a curtain of clouds to the road.
I just had time to exorcise the prevailing state of affairs when I realized I was pushing my nose into the yard. It was cloudy, but...hmmm...just like green...WELL JUSTIN! There was a crown on it. That is, this round in the sky.
Very rarely, even in Rautalammi, you can shoot towards the _southern_ northern lights. But now there were enough of them from the full sky close to the southern horizon. Not even the moonlight obscured the view below.
At 1 o'clock the most active phase was clearly over and the northern lights disappeared. The cameraman also fell between the pillows.