Visibility II / V
Yesterday’s bright frosty day served fine side suns in ice fog across the home village (Figures 1-4). The glow of the lower sun also stood out in the fog. In the morning, a promising pillar was visible before sunrise and a heavy mist hovered over the lake, but the mist dissipated as soon as the sun rose and there was nothing left over when I had time to reach the beach. The back of the lake had pulled into the shiny ice the night before. On the shore side was older ice with a clear 22 ° surface halo on the surface. I photographed a couple of stacks of surface halves and tried to handle them with piles of varying success. The last image may show a glimpse of the 46 ° ring (at the top of the image a raw stack of 22 images, at the bottom the same when photographed).