Visibility IV / V
Friday night finally blurred enough for the northern lights to start to appear and almost immediately there was one bright show and far enough away from the perspective of the landscape in terms of filming.
Then it was a bit quieter even though the camera did record whatever.
The southern sky was also kept in mind, albeit a slightly challenging shooting direction, at the base with the lights on. There was some dim accordion there and the pictures grabbed next to the Milky Way.
As the day changed, Korona finally appeared over her head for a moment.
It took 10 hours of outdoor activities and a considerable number of pictures were collected to prune the best ones. The perspective sometimes became really challenging, meaning that the wide-angle image area was hardly enough for anything. You could see everything, but when I'm not familiar with the phenomena, I do describe them when there is nothing else to do.
The camera clock was again calibrated right before the evening, the Canon 6D clock when it seems to live its very own life either a couple of minutes ahead or then behind.