Visibility IV / V
Wednesday's halos in chronological order. To start the morning, there was a basic ringula, sauri, zykki and also a stack of 46r. While photographing them, the attention was drawn to the 120° side sun, which was visible as a lonely brightening in the clouds. I reversed the shooting direction and managed to take a small stack before the brightness faded (photos 1-2). An hour later, a moderately sharp right Sauri with a piece of the horizon ring was visible in the sky (picture 5). Stacks of barbs were found around it, which could perhaps be from alternative Lowitzes (pictures 3-4, Sun altitude 33 degrees). However, I will leave it unmarked, at least for now. The stacks also show a weak 22° upper lateral opening and a faint second arc above it, which cannot be identified with certainty (Parry, ring-shaped Lowitz, etc.). Around three in the afternoon, a momentary 23° parhelia was still visible in the clouds (picture 8). 18° parhelia were also found in the quickly taken stack (pictures 6-7). There is also a reference to coughing, but there may also be arte born from strong coughing.
Figure 1. Stack of 20 images at 8:31-8:33 (2xusm).
Figure 2. The first image of the stack without manipulations.
Figure 3. Stack of 20 images at 9:47-9:49 (2xusm, bg).
Figure 4. Stack of 60 images at 9:47-9:53 (2xusm, bg).
Figure 5. The first image of the stack without processing.
Figure 6. Stack of 40 images at 14:57-15:01 (3xusm).
Figure 7. The bg version of the previous one.
Figure 8. The first image of the stack without processing.