Visibility III / V
The petty night cloud show celebrated a great summer night. From the northeastern horizon, by midnight, a nocturnal area began to rise, which by two o'clock expanded slightly to the northwest and to a maximum of about 20 degrees. There was a small formation in Rusko on the northwestern horizon for a long time.
The other, easternmost part of the show was covered behind the forest at this observation site.
Whatever it was while enjoying the views and moods - the owl carried the prey in front of me and the bats went to thin out the swarm of mosquitoes near the shoreline. The temperature was 13 degrees and the wind hardly a name.
As for the comet Neowise, I didn't get to see it again, even though I was binocularing and shooting hard.