Visibility II / V
A repo shooting trip to a small and very wet salt marsh almost completely covered by curd moss.
Expectations were high, but the plasma plate emptied into the atmosphere already during the drive. On arrival, however, we were able to admire the beauty of the wilderness swamp in the moonlight, the sound of white-fronted goose flocks as they flew in flocks over us, and the hovering of magnificent fog rafts across the pond. Let the moss even go drizzle when the day turns second. After frying the sausages, we found the situation turned so calm that it was time to head home.
What was interesting, however, was the avalanche of dim pulsating arcuate shapes that lasted about a quarter of a second, as if fast waves had left the path of Otava, ending in the zenith.
In terms of filming, the evening produced mainly test shots, a few of which I quickly assembled with the attached panorama.
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