Strange looking Cloud

Jeg kunne ikke mostå lysten til å forevige denne litt uvanlige skyen!
Også dette bildet er faktisk tatt ganske sent på kvelden og etter at solen har gått ned! Man ser det kanskje best hvis man klikker bildet til ‘full format’ . . .?
I couldn’t resist shooting this somewhat strange looking cloud. Also this picture has been shot very late in the evening – after the sun has moved down underneath the horizon!
You’ll probably get the best impression clicking it into ‘full screen’ viewing . . .?
(Compliments of SRB)
Please return me to INDEX for a new destination

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9 Responses to Strange looking Cloud

  1. Love this strange looking cloud also Svein.. I often as you know cloud watch, and so enjoy seeing them change shapes.. See I pressed you Index and look where it led me.. 🙂 I had missed this one..

    • Seenorway says:

      Good girl! Yes, I think you can find things very much easier through ‘INDEX’, but if you want to be super effective I would reccomend you to google ‘Norwegian counties’ and if possibke – take the maps out via your printer. Then you may check the geographic location of the different counties and may look in the right place from the beginning.
      Plese observe that through index you may also read how many pictures in each post.
      Any post including 10 pictures or more is a full photo report from somewhere.

  2. vestlending says:

    Ser ut som du har fanget en Drage her Svein?

    • Seenorway says:

      Ja, men ser du den i minst mulig format (3×2 cm) så ser du jo ‘hvithaien’?
      Hm, er det i orden igjen tro? Jeg har fortsatt en lang rekke mldinger jeg ikke kan åpne i mailen.

  3. Seenorway says:

    I do that myself at times! I don’t remember if I’ve shoved you my ‘Arctic trapper’? If not, please insert those worfds in my little search windo and press ‘Enter’.
    In this picture, however you may study how the jet streams tear through the cirrus layers. Strangely it’s easier to find the resemblance with a shark if one sees it in 3×2 cm. Usually it’s the other way around 🙂

  4. Not sure I can turn that cloud into a recognisable shape…..but it is a great pastime just watching the clouds pass and imagine the shapes they at times create, the shape of a country, an animal just let the imagination follow the clouds 🙂

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