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An elegant swan indeed Keelin.
Did you hear what happened yesterday dear neighbor?
Or Is It Just Gossip?
How Wiggly Can It Be
Great abstract B&W’s with Teeth a bite Keelin.
Love your last one Michael!
Both very nice halos – and delicate also – Keelin.
A Passing Bike?
Very nice ice cream sandwich Keelin. This IS pileus. No doubt. Beautiful.
From an old series.
Indeed a nice example Hygge. Having your camera nearby is an advantage with these elusive phenomena.
Yes pileus isn’t quite a daily thing over here Michael. I wish you lots of fun spotting them in the monsoon season and I look forward for some examples.
Recently I spotted a very large one. It was that large that I even thought it might be a separate lenticularis, but the sky was completely lenticularis-less elsewhere and it was only appearing in connection with the cumulus, so it must have been the rising of moist air over this huge cu congestus that has caused the giant cap. Any opinions on this?
Thanks Eric for sharing. Besides he cumulonimbus fun it also leads to a very funny website worthwhile following.
Thanks George. Yes the links works and it is a remarkable contrail. I can’t help to think that “up” is a matter of perspective. Nevertheless a beautiful combination of lobes and fibratus, all being homogenitus.
Eating With Chopsticks
Yes, let’s continue and go onward! A new adventure of B&W’s is already started and I have to catch up. Love the flying dragon that looks over his shoulder in Arizona B&W # 142, Michael!
It Is Eating
Ha, Keelin that is an imaginative and funny Point Well Taken. The beaming contrail might have caused a serious headache for this fellow.
He Just Left Some Dust Clouds
That’s a cool blue in your lat one Michael with the little cotton fluffs.
Under Water Trees?
An awesome picture and video Dean. Thanks for sharing. The video shows all cloudtypes you mentioned. That must have been a great show watching it develop. Love it.