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Blackpool, UK sunrise
Hans, for the record I am getting an error ‘Cant reach this page’ for your link. I tried F5 refresh (Windows 10).
Somewhat relevant to this topic, perhaps, the environment agency in South Wales (UK) said on TV today that a flooding river was flowing at 900 tons of water per second (sic).
P.S. Hans, did I miss an introduction to your thumbnail photo companion? Looks about the same size as a Great Dane I once knew.
Cloud surfing in Malibu – so who’s a lucky guy.
Lovely picture; thanks for setting this Forum dreaming, Craig.
Hants much the same as Lincs except for a mid morning half hour. First I went to the North because that conifer slightly to left of centre is now named Keats (q.v. in Forum). I was lucky to get this shot as my trusty Nikon DSLR refused to take any more pictures (too low a light???).
So then I went to the South. Happy New Year to one and all, and thanks to CAS.
For the record
I just hope the pubs have plenty of beer
Here’s wishing a
Cool Yule to y’all
(the link is only likely to interest Big Band Swing fans)
Horizontally ‘barred’ undulates, albeit Sc may not be conducive to rosy hue.
Alex Lentati had a picture of a frosty tree in Richmond Park, London in The Times, 6DEC2019. This is not it
P.S. That lower bank of cloud often seems to be to the west of Portsmouth Harbour,
Thank you for your illuminating thoughts, Keelin, beautifully illustrated, I think undulatus is an interesting suggestion for barred – Wiki does not mention it as far as I can see, so perhaps you can work it into their words (assuming one can update a Wiki article).
For the casual reader, you can link to the ICA from the second, fixed topic in this forum and search ‘undulatus’
I can see the Winchester clouds above my local tree line (as in my recent topic ‘Magic Moments’ (pileus)) – there is a conifer which I will think of as Keats henceforth. Undulatus is not common round here but I can recall two major undulatus events since I joined CAS on 26JAN2007.
Your musings are worthy of a title, Keelin?
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