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2 thoughts on “A sea of Stratus over Southern Bavaria.”

  1. Laurence Green avatar Laurence Green says:

    Well said, Rebecca! Fully agree.

    Laurence.

  2. Rebecca Hill avatar Rebecca says:

    The dramatic, distant mountains of Southern Bavaria in the early morning light all appear as a monochrome blue colour, are all bunched together and appear to float above the low stratus clouds. Looks like it is going to be a really nice, clear day. Can just make out on the distant horizon, a few snow-capped mountains as well.

    Nice picture.

    From Rebecca Hill

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The flying-saucer cloud, Altocumulus lenticularis, spotted over Stellenbosch in the Western Cape, South Africa by Stuart Loveday, who assured us ‘no aliens were spotted by me that day’.

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Mamma cloud features forming on the underside of a Cumulonimbus storm cloud’s anvil, or incus, over Prescott Valley, Arizona, US.

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