Visibility III / V
The forecasts promised even more beauty, the oval also glowed red a little after ten in the evening. Some kind of life-giving photography equipment was deposited. Attached are a couple of timelapse clips. During the first one (from 11:00 p.m. to 11:17 p.m.) I was outside watching the fire live when I noticed to my horror that the lights were turned on inside. The camera was shooting in the immediate vicinity of the kitchen through the window glass. That's it then. The lights weren't very impressive either, so at first I was already going to end the night filming for that, but a little later I noticed that the curls had slightly better-looking values. I left the camera to wait for the scheduled start of the shooting anyway. In the second clip (2.05-2.30), the lights are already in the sky when the shooting starts. There were also clouds in the sky, which covered the view half an hour after the start of the timing. The camera filmed the morning until dawn, but at no stage did the tiny cloud gaps happen to be on the same line as possible greenery.
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