Visibility II / V
After the turn of the year, I was left waiting to see if the Cloud Cover would crack, as predicted, in order to be able to try to photograph possible northern lights for the first time. By two o'clock I was already going to bed, but then the cloud cover was clearly starting to thin, so I decided to still wait. The edge of the cloud appeared on the horizon and finally just before four o'clock, the northern sky was revealed with its northern lights!
A total of just over an hour came after the play was followed. The most handsome stage was right after four, and it only took about 10 minutes. After that, the brightness of the northern lights clearly decreased.
In addition to the rays shown in the pictures, in a wider area of the sky, dimmer "spots" varying in brightness from time to time were observed at a really fast pace (spotty?).