Visibility IV / V
I drove towards Lausti and while driving along the coast I paid attention to the area where it was raining heavily in places. At that time, there were reasonably high cloud tops visible in the west and northwest direction, but the drive plus getting to the destination and setting up the camera and tripod took a while for the cloud tops to be farther out at sea. I had promised to photograph the neighbor's excavator and a landscape constellation, well that came true but something else was also visible. Namely, the tiny ribbon-like rain area on the coast then took and flashed with great care. The visually handsome salami was visible at 8:40 p.m., illuminating the entire upper side of the cloud band from a long distance, and it was followed by a "dot" also on the lightning maps, no sound could be heard due to the long distance. The view was even better in some places than in the corresponding sets in August. I sent a message about the terrain to my club Pori's Karhunvartijoitten Vesku, and the jess bear camera had taken the booths from a few of the wild places! Flashes photographed at 21:15, 21:18 and 21:20. Three sales in March is not a bad balance. Cooperation is overwhelming, even though I didn't manage to photograph a single salami myself, we managed to accomplish something together!
Surprisingly, the lightning struck area looks like a normal flat cloud in the pictures.
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