I cannot help it, but I have a cloud fascination, especially when the clouds do something that they do not usually do. I was even a member of the Cloud Appreciation Society for a couple of years although no longer. Somehow my membership got lost and I no longer bothered to renew. Actually in my golden oldie years I no longer belong to anything except for two photo sites. Belonging costs money and what if I am no longer here to belong. At the age of 75 you never know. So enjoy yesterday’s sunset.

But these are my all time favourite. I call them bubble clouds, although I think they are mammatus clouds. I just love them and this morning they were my first clouds in the sky.

I just love these clouds, each one independent of its neighbour. Of course they eventually decided to combine with their neighbours and there were various clouds hanging everywhere. I now have the habit of going outside in the evening or morning with my camera to see what delights the sky has for me.

During the day the clouds clouded together over the local Jura Mountains to show me their repertoire of cloud formations, but nothing beats the mammatus formations.

8 thoughts on “Clouds

  1. Wow!
    An amazing coincidence I should say this is as I’m also a big admirer of skies and clouds. Though I’m not a member of some sky admiring club, since there’s none I know about.
    I share a sky photo every weekend on my blog for my Weekend Sky photo challenge. You should definitely see it 🙂

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  2. “bows and flows of angel hair, ice cream castles in the air, and feathered canyons everywhere” I’m also a big fan of clouds. Still haven’t written the dragon poem yet to go with your cloud pic but I will.

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  3. Good morning .. I used to have a book which showed the pictures of different clouds and explained what the meaning was for predicting weather. I gave it to my nephew in one of my fits of downsizing in decades past. I surely regret losing that one book of all the things I have given away, because clouds are always with us, and we are always thinking … “what do they mean?”. Take care and have a great day. SLP …

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