Dear friends of theBedtimestory.online and Ralf Christoph Kaiser, Today is a wonderful day to watch the sun. Clear air and bright sun, very few clouds at about 8 degrees Celsius.
I positioned myself near Endingen on the Kaiserstuhl and looked into the sun with the camera. I darkened it as much as possible. So smallest aperture 29 and 1/8000 second exposure time and ISO 200 with the normal lens:
I then used a brown glass filter to darken it even more and I noticed that the sun is not really perfectly round all the time, but morphs and waves and is very much in motion, as if it were very much alive.
I then used my telescope wallimex pro 1300 with aperture 00 and 1/8000 second exposure time and 200 ISO. I got much closer and interesting gas formations that move very quickly became visible. Like elementals, like gaseous organisms that move very fast, like the sun is alive, like The Many.
You can download these high-resolution images and additional photos (16 in total) from this observation here for a nominal fee. I am happy when these photos are used, but please always include my name Ralf Christoph Kaiser as the photographer.
Thank you and have fun with the material
Your thebedtimestory.online team with Ralf Christoph Kaiser