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In the morning there was a sharp 25 degree frost and a nice fog in the sunny landscape. Hence to chase fog phenomena. However, the fogs were a bit disappointing, and when the car's brakes were freezing at times, I decided to return to my home. As I was approaching the hill of the village, I was able to witness a phenomenon I had never seen before. Above the field opening on the northern slope of the hill hovered very thin clouds of clouds low, which the Sun, shining behind the hill, dyed into intensely colored clouds of color. Some of the clouds were just above the tops of the trees, almost "at a distance of contact," and the impression was very three-dimensional. And what colors shone in the clouds! I tried to record what I saw on the camera, but it was challenging. Even the tripod had stayed home, so I sometimes had to pick it up so I could shoot the video. However, the best moment had already passed and the video had to be shot with a spare camera, the lens of which had not been cleaned. Images are cropped but otherwise unprocessed in random order, and video is accelerated to twice the speed. Last is a picture of the ring left over when the color cloud show ended.
I guess thin clouds only formed on the spot as the wind blowing from the southwest brought moist frosty air over the hill. The Koikkala hill rises almost a hundred meters above the surface of Lake Saimaa. The north slope of the hill was also several degrees colder than the side of the sunshine. In young clouds, the droplets are the same size as each other, allowing colors to appear. Although it appears in the pictures that the clouds are high in the sky, in reality they were no more than 50-100 meters above the ground.