Visibility IV / V
I was photographing the Milky Way and my husband was at the fair too.
The man was catching fireballs and tuning in a wish list and I photographed the Milky Way focusing on learning the gloss in my eyes.
On this fireball flight I saw it almost entirely, the host resting. "no matter how unusually handsome was the comment"! So was.
The probe was again taking a picture of the smokescreen — the item looked like it could have left something out.
The race situation was aviais 3 fireballs and I one ... unfortunately a couple earlier we didn't notice to record up with their times.
Well, you probably won't see anything in the first picture.
The picture was taken at 22.45 and a fireball was also visible. I got a dice after the camera turned over there.
But; what is that thing in the second shot taken afterwards?
That weird "swirl"? Picture taken at 23:12
Next and previous image in the camera ok, nothing wrong, there is no debris on the lens. Everything is as it should be.
Is it possibly smoky from the previous fireball / balls or Did a "bulb and orbit" fun shot with our gimmicks have a fireball from us "page" in the mouth leaving only the old picture?
The direction of the air is not quite a fact, it was on the sector Northeast-North-Southeast. A fireball leaning to the left of Otava.