Visibility III / V
We were in the morning starting to paint the house and commissioning a crane. There was a problem with the use of the crane and we set it up until I peeked into the sky and saw the overture of this absolutely incredibly bright halo play there. It forgot the painting and the crane when I ran to get inside the camera and started banging pictures (the other helpers were a little wondering what could be more important than getting the crane to work for the painting). This halosh show was enough all day, and it was a rather strange feeling, when painting the crane's body, the finest halos were visible on the sky deck all the time, several of which had never been seen before, or at least not seen as clearly as now. Such memorable now at least were Wegener’s counter-solar arc, the 120-degree side sun, and the horizon ring. It was also exciting to notice how at first the arches flanking the 22-degree overhang and the sideline were separated, the sinking especially clearly down as a sharp arc, but as early as an hour later the arches had merged into one 22-degree lateral arc. I also noticed those "braces" on the horizon ring and not inside to browse Riikonen's book Halot and it turned out to be Wegener. The braces continued towards the Sun. He also wondered how I could see such handsome halos in the middle of summer. Isn't spring their golden age?