I thought the images(s) below might be of interest to the group. The situation: an early morning gathering of external images at a building where I was beginning a full scale assessment for water intrusion and frozen pipes. These images were just for general info at this point. Because of the conditions and the need for speed I set my Ti25 to automatic knowing that I would have to adjust the range later in processing. I expected that the low end would be at the imager's minimum temp because I frequently included the sky. I was a little surprised when I opened this image and saw this:
Note the image scale. This is the full range of the imager!
I didn't have time to do much contemplation about the image so I applied the expected range and got the image below which is what I was looking for.
So what was going on? I'm pretty sure I have the answer, do you? The answer is visible in both images.
Just to avoid any red herring the pattern on the roof is from tree branches between me and the building.
Further hint is the time stamp and I am looking roughly southwest.