Visibility II / V
Thanks to Mirko Lahtinen's surface solar arc observation, the observer had to be acquired more carefully than usual. Thanks to the ex-tempore holiday, it was usually possible. Admittedly, only in the afternoon. On the inspection trip, I could see a glimpse of one of the field openings from the "bifurcated sun bridge." After the inspection, I was about to apply for the ice of the lake because of the wider opening, but I stated that I would no longer have time when the Sun was already approaching the treetops. I stopped at a field opening where a weak "upside-down V" had been seen, and perhaps even weaker on a 22r piece. From a moving car, the phenomenon had been a little clearer, standing in the field, a suspicion struck when he didn't really know how to perceive the halo. But when I lifted the camera to the nose, I noticed that in the viewfinder’s condensed view, the character reappeared. In addition, the focus was wrong and I intentionally took the first picture out of focus. Konsti was tepsinyt dew arcs , apparently were hot surface is halo.
Quickly, the Sun then fell behind the trees and put an end to more filming attempts. When I left, I still remembered that we had to take a close-up of the crystals. For close-up photography, a cell phone is more suitable for my seniors, so contamination with the phone. I didn’t have time to get a picture when during the zooms the phone turned itself off due to the cold. (It freezes at about 12 degrees. So nothing from "minus frost" but just ordinary frost :) I turned on the phone again and during the start-up I warmed it up between my bare palms. I had time to adjust the settings a bit, and take one picture when the phone turned off again. I decided that wouldn't be enough then.
When looking at the images on the machine, disbelief and self-criticism (almost self-censorship) struck again when it looked so vague. For a moment I even wondered if the Sun was still shining behind the trees and there was a shadow between the two bridges, but yes that phenomenon had "followed" the moving car. An additional guarantee was a video clip during which I had taken a couple of side steps.
The first of the 5 images is rational as such (except for the reduction in guard size & jpg conversion). The weave image is a turntable as such (except for the reduction) and the seventh is a partial magnification of the previous one.
The worst phenomenon is seen in the second image taken at a slightly longer focal length. I have not straightened out the horizon either, but I would still dare say that the phenomenon is a bit one-sided. Windy as the crystals grow?
The weather had been around zero the day before, now frozen and no new snow.