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The question of what music to listen to while gazing at the clouds has finally been solved. Nicolas Reeves, a professor at the University of Quebec in Montreal, Canada, has invented The Cloud Harp – an instrument that creates music from the shape of the...Continue Reading
We were very excited to be contacted by the one and only John Day of Oregon, USA. He is commonly known as the Cloudman, as he has devoted his latter years to photographing, enthusing about and explaining the clouds. His website is full of fantastic...Continue Reading
Soon-to-be-member, John Diefenbach, is based in Japan and has filmed the world's last mainline steam trains, which operate in Inner Mongolia. Filming in mid-winter, with temperatures down to -30C, the steam effects, in some cases, are spectacular. We told him that we are cloudspotters, not...Continue Reading
We were contacted recently by the venerable Jack Borden, Boston TV news reporter turned sky enthusiast. At the age of 45 he woke up from a nap in a nature preserve to see a sky he had never experience in all his previous life. "In...Continue Reading
If you are a cloudspotter who collects stamps, prepare to have an orgasm. The US Postal Service has issued a set of stamps starring fifteen different types of cloud. All basic genera are featured except, that is, for the nimbostratus. But then it is...Continue Reading