What Do You See In The Clouds ?

sky clouds

F/13.0, 1/640, ISO 160.

What is a clouds favorite drink?

Mountain Dew

Interesting Fact: Cloud types in the troposphere, the atmospheric layer closest to Earth’s surface, have Latin names due to the universal adaptation of Luke Howard‘s nomenclature. It was formally proposed in December 1802 and published for the first time the following year. It became the basis of a modern international system that classifies these tropospheric aerosols into five physical forms. These physical types include stratiform sheets, stratocumuliform rolls, ripples, and patches, cirriform wisps and patches, cumuliform heaps of variable size, and very large cumulonimbiform heaps that often show complex structure. Most of these forms can be found in the high, middle, and low altitude levels or Γ©tages of the troposphere. (Β  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloud )

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16 Comments

  1. I see someone running behind the hill in the back…one arm forward the other in back… πŸ™‚

    • Oh yeah that is pretty good I see that one as well. Thank you very much for stopping by and participating. Happy Blogging! πŸ™‚

  2. I’m going with lyndagray’s observation of a world map with Antartica on the bottom, Pacific Ocean, US’s west coast and Russia/China’s east coast.

  3. The first thing that jumped out to me was Australia and Africa.
    I read the previous comments though and I see the things that the other commenters saw as well.

    • I am really glad that you participated. It’s crazy how imagination works. Thank you very much for stopping by and Happy Blogging! πŸ™‚

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