Visibility II / V
I went outside to see if the cell could even have northern lights in the two countries. Crushing the horizon and a few test shots didn’t produce a noticeable result, so I changed the lens and started practicing stealing light from Seulas, with poor results there as well. As the clock dawned a little over three and the camera stared at the eastern sky, I suddenly saw clear and fairly fast-moving northern lights in the north.
With a little flickering, I got the camera turned and grabbed a couple of images before the show dimmed very quickly with the naked eye (and almost also with the camera) invisible - this can be deduced from a triple image taken about 3 min after the first and second images (after a quick field lens change). and it is difficult to make a clear distinction between dawn and dawn.
As a spicy detail, the white thin horizontal stripes above the street lamps are most likely illuminating night clouds.
The technical quality of the first and second images does not end in dizziness, the images were taken with considerable flicker and remained considerably underexposed - moreover, the lens used is not one of the best night photography equipment. The strange Orange Galaxies shown in the triangle image are again lens reflections.
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