Visibility III / V
Yesterday morning, Kuhmo was the coldest place in Finland (official -30.9 C). I thought now was the right time to go and shoot a colorful sunrise. After more than a kilometer of snowshoeing, I found a suitable place on an island in Lake Lammasjärvi, where the sunrise should be properly visible according to the tablet program. And exactly from that direction, after a while, various colored lights anticipating the rise began to appear. At first there was a mere line of light showing conspicuous green parts. The light line then grew into a fluorescent, yellowish horizontal sausage. In fact, the sun did not rise until later behind the neighboring island in a semicircular sphere. The first color light observations are likely to be fabrications caused by atmospheric light before direct visual observation. The variation of colors in sunlight and landscape was really interesting to watch.