Visibility IV / V
Thursday’s modest-looking halo tableware provided quite a foothold for the image stacking time. In the morning, only a basic ridge was visible, but after half a day, pyramidal halves also appeared. They weren't distinguished by the naked eye, but I guess there was a hint of it when I put more than 100 pictures on top of the stack. I checked the situation from a small part of the situation and I made a whirlwind alone in the direction of Kouvola and Joensuu. I took about 500 pictures in 3 hours, although sometimes there was mostly a vague fog in the sky. I only had time to study the catch better in the evening. A wide variety of rucksacks, all slightly diffuse, but in the right places. And persistently throughout the 3-hour shooting session, a wide ring at 13 degrees! Let's hope it doesn't turn out to be an artifact ...
Figure 1: 100 image stack from 12:11 to 12:35 (2xusm et al.).
Figure 2. Same as above, with the addition of bg and other treatments.
Figure 3. 100 images at 13: 02-13: 19, treatments as above.
Figure 4. 96 images at 13:34-13:49, as above.
Figure 5. 75 images from 14:26 to 14:44, as above.
Figure 6. Unprocessed random still image, at 13:03.