Time lapse over a Finnish lake from July 2019. Shot with a DIY all-weather HDR time-lapse camera built from ZWO ASI 224MC and Raspberry Pi 3. The camera was built to function as an all-sky camera for recording the night sky year round but since in July the stars were not visible in Finland I decided to test it aimed horizontally over a lake and was positively surprised about the results. The colors are a bit funny because the camera doesn't (yet) have an IR-cut filter meaning it also records infra-red wavelengths that are not visible to the human eye. Thus the trees and plants look pink instead of green.