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A massive ice mist play, at least for the signatory, an absolutely stunning spectacle. The side suns were really dazzling, the best shapes as living beings.
The Stratocumulus ferry tore, revealing the Sun. There was a top quality ice crystal stream in the adjacent field valley.
I first bonged the side sun from the window in the morning, which soon turned dazzlingly bright and shouted to depict Emma. Then there was the first cup of morning coffee.
Sony’s battery clotted in the initial meters, so Emma ran to the yard with the Canon Mark 5D II. I joined the club, and we progressed into the fields in the direction of a denser cloud of ice. Yes, it was worth moving.
Awesome play in the middle of the fields, a tremendously wonderful experience on site. The thick and long-lasting crystal stream was seen and felt up close. (Anyway add more text later and keep checking the images for more tags).
EDIT: Text added. Had to check from the images that there is a Kern and it appears in single screens without stacking. I saw it as a delicate fragmentary, hinting glow in my opinion and asked Emma to describe it. Took images immediately from the requested area and the same area has Kern in each image. This has apparently not been the case in previous observations - i.e., simultaneous visual observation and photographs.
At the time of that first picture set, there was a simultaneous visual, so I continued to watch it, just as Emma took the pictures. I saw the same subtle "impression" again later when ZYK repeatedly reached a peak of brightness. At times, ZYK was a little dimmer.
The two forms at least visually seen in the loose crystals were the weak Moilanen arc and the lower sun. - Marko P.
Emma H: Marko glanced out the window, refreshing the bright side sun. I went to get a long tube of the camera in my thoughts to take such a jar-like barn + side sun shot. When I got to the balcony, a louder voice came from Marko: "There may be a 44 degree side sun!".
There was coffee left and I started to change the wider glass for Sony's nose on the fly. I wrapped the necessary clothing around my neck and wolf slipped out to the edge of the field. The camera does not turn on! ARGH! From the balcony you can hear Markko's trick "It's over, shoot now!"
I had forgotten that the Sony a7R will go into battery release condition if it is switched on with another (Canon) glass closed. I tipped the old-fashioned 5DII from the inside and snuck into the field. When he returned home from the road, he could collect clothes that had fallen while running.