Visibility IV / V
It took a while to cool down in the adjacent field and the beginning was modest, so let's leave that part out.
In the end, however, it started to happen up to the corona and the display was bright, meaning that the exposure was diligently dripped and there was enough movement. When it was windy, the place was fine, although sometimes the gusty wind was disturbingly strong.
Interesting tracks were captured in the pictures and remained photographed for at least 10 minutes, but they were not analyzed in any way when photographing them, I had time to change places and photograph in one direction or another, trying to include something else in the picture.
Again, the more learned can make the phenomenon go nuts... to me, they are just aurora borealis, although it has sometimes been possible to express it as dunes when filming and analyzing on the camera screen, but they have been in slightly different places than directly at the bottom of the arch or the belt.
Suddenly, six hours rolled by in the field, bumping...
Let's edit a little now. Apparently, the stripes at the bottom of the bright arc were nothing. In addition to the photo gallery, I had time to deal with more. Photographed in the same directions as the others, whose pictures even show the Dunes, but unfortunately they were allowed to photograph in a more favorable perspective. The STEVE arch has also been indicated and at the same time it was photographed even at the eastern end of the arch, but it is not possible to photograph other directions from that place. Although it took a while to walk a little further and you don't even know about the actual darkness in these places
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