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☁️ clouds and their shapes

Started by: tinawilliams0410
On: 13/08/2019 | 14:09
Replies: 27
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by: standardbearer
on: 14/08/2019 | 18:01

@cps15966wrote:

Yeah all the time but I also took these a couple of years ago.... well strange!!

 

20160217_173037.jpgSunset with strange cloud formations

 

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by: charlibear1
on: 14/08/2019 | 18:34

I often see things ‘in the clouds’. Here is a dancing baby elephant I spotted 😂B343D0E6-A134-445E-8FFD-BDDCDFBEE838.jpeg

 

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by: pinks29
on: 14/08/2019 | 19:57
Love clouds, they have amazing shapes and reflect beautiful shapes. Saw an angel shape one in Florida, if I can find it will post on here.
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by: davidvarley
on: 14/08/2019 | 21:18
Yes you can get some interesting patterns in the clouds and make for good photos.
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by: tinawilliams0410
on: 14/08/2019 | 22:22
Hi
Yes i find them fascinating
Too, they do make lovely shapes 👍☁️
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by: tinawilliams0410
on: 14/08/2019 | 22:26
Hi
Yes I agree with you there, lovely to see ☁️ clouds making different patterns fascinating to watch 👍
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by: caro120
on: 14/08/2019 | 23:54 edited: 14/08/2019 | 23:55

We like the mares tails/ mackerel sky and some we call simpsons sky cos of the shape of the clouds

 

did anyone see that long cylindrical looking cloud, think was over australia some years ago?  Were all sorts of theories what it was but think was just a weather front...

 

found it, morning glory cloud

 

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f0/MorningGloryCloudBurketownFromPlane.jpg?download

 

link to wiki, don't know if system will accept it...

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