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My friend Paloma says these kind of cyrrus look like eyelashes… or maybe a fringe. :)
The delicacy of “sky angels” masterfully manifested .
Interesting picture, Junichi.
Alison, this is a lovely, refreshing sky to view on an incredibly hot afternoon in Austin, Texas, with a heat index of 105 degrees Farenheit! Thank you for giving me a bit of relief and a smile.
Nice feathery clouds, thanks!
Thanks so much for this really lovely vista. I think you will be glad to know that I have this image as my current screen-saver. This is bliss! It is lovely to look at!
Tell me, please. Cirrus cloud pointing UPWARD along their forward line of travel means loads of rain within the next two days, whereas, if the clouds were to point DOWNWARD in their forward travel harbingers good weather for several days, if not more.
Thank you for your comment, Laurence, glad you like my photo. I’m sorry, I can’t be much help on the question about the forward line of the clouds; all I can say is that we had had some beautiful weather for about two weeks before i saw this cloud, and we have had some wet, windy and cold weather since. And yes it did start within a few days of seeing this cloud. I don’t know if that means anything?
That which you relate confirms my thoughts. I find that when these lovely clouds come, and lovely they are, they are, sorry to say, harbingers of unsettled rainy weather for the next few days.
Thanks again for the photo. It is still my screensaver and will remain so for quite some while. It is a pleasure to look at.
I think they look like dancing clouds! Relaxing!
Love this – quite unusual
Delightful and inscrutable. Thanks for sharing!
Someone has turned the heating on high!!!
Simply beautiful – a pleasure to look at!
Horton Hears a Cloud-Who…. Dr. Seuss just sprang to mind while looking at this photo. As Linda stated, a pleasure to look at.
AKA Mare’s tails
Soft whispy delicateness at it’s best!
Fine hair from a fine maiden’s head!
They look like horse’s tails when they are running. Never seen them like this before!