The unfolding day and how the objective appears to maintain aluminium levels ie a hazy sky.
Its 09:15 BST, at 0700 v bright and clear, by 07:30 chemtrail and by 08:30 haze developed probably from an aluminized sky blown in from chemtrail activity yesterday elsewhere in northern Europe as seen on NASA worldview. We needn’t have directly observable chemtrails to have the effects of chemtrail ie an aluminized sky.
Yesterday was v unusual in that no chemtrails were visible in the sky above ie my limited semi-urban cone of view say twenty miles in diameter.
The sky is now very obviously aluminized at 09:15 the Sun obscured. I’d rate at 3/10 or maybe 5/10 with hindsight for aluminization, no fast churn, no multiple chemtrail after 08:10
Below is this mornings chemtrails hard to discern against an already aluminized sky at 08:06 BST … theres four or five in there. NE England.
To be contd as the day progresses …..
Dribs and drabs of sporadic random chemtrail as the day progressed, my rating of 5/10 for chemtrail induced haze, no lower reaction clouds, no fast churn, more ‘a still deadness’ to the sky … clear bright blue never present, haze obscures further chemtrails being obvious. At teatime random chemtrails go crazy, see below. Thats what its all about, an ever-present chemtrail / aluminium haze. For a day i’ve shot on b&w hoping chemtrails wld register better without distraction of colour but now will move back to colour as I’ve lost the ability to convey the blue-ness or otherwise of the sky.
Using b&w is proving a bit of a washout, I’m not registering what i see with my own eyes, so lets ‘doctor’ the final image. On ‘open file’ we move brightness down one div, contrast up one div and gamma down one div to produce … ie -1,+1,-1
Above, thats useful, nothing invented, merely bringing the picture onscreen nearer to what is seen with the naked eye. So lets try the same ie -1,+1,-1 on the brightness, contrast and gamma settings for the first image taken this morning …
Above, five chemtrails plus a new one not seen on the non-enhanced image posted as first image top of page. From now on we’ll go back to colour photographs of chemtrail.
*next morning Saturday v overcast and hazy, nothing could be seen even if it were there.