Visibility II / V
The brisk frost and the heavy snow from the beginning of the week caused me to move to the shore of a small lake in the hope of surface halos in the morning, when I was conveniently on time for my commute. There wasn't a very strange coating visible on the ice, only a weak 22° tire could be seen.
There was water under the snow on the beach, so we had to make do with the two small openings of the bumpy beach and forget about going on the ice. From the beach, I got 27 squares to stack with a very minimal side step. From stack goods
found a 46° tire in the maximum stack as a friend of the 22 tire.
Then I had to rush to work, didn't the patch of field next to the lake have a really nice 22 tire when viewed from the car. I don't think there was such a clear case of the car on the ice of the lake. Well, we'll see if tomorrow you can manage to take a look at the possible offers in the field in the morning. You wouldn't even have to wade through twenty centimeters of snow. The track-driven harrow carrying out soil drilling had driven along the edges of the field, which means that the passageway would at least be already plowed.
It was twenty degrees below zero and the finch was tuning up its song as I returned to the car from the beach, a hearty fellow.
As images, 1. maximum stack, 2. maximum stack with color channel processing and 3. single frame from the view.
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