Peculiar Sky – II

Jeg har stadig et øye rettet mot skyformasjoner i stadig bevegelse. Av og til finner jeg ganske uventet noen utrolige motiver, men de kan igjen forsvinne i løpet av mindre en 10 sekunder. Særlig dersom skyer er i rask bevegelse. Som på denne dagen! Men – det var faktisk vanskelig å avgjøre om detg var noe som steg opp fra et skylag til et annet, eller om det var noe som sank nedover . . .?  Litt rart var det jo uansett? De har vel ikke akkurat fossefall der oppe?
Mostly I have always an eye fixed on the ever moving cloud formations overhead! At times I may quite unexpectedly discover incredible motives that come and go within 10 seconds or less. Especially when the cloud layers are moving fast – like on this particular day!
What’s going on up there?  It was actually hard to distinguish whether something was rising from one layer to the next, or if something was falling out from the top layer down to the next?  They don’t have real waterfalls up there, do they? 🙂

(Compliments of SRB)
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11 Responses to Peculiar Sky – II

  1. -Eugenia says:

    Very strange cloud formation. Rather eerie.

  2. vestlending says:

    I se two crocodiles trying to eat each other!

  3. What an amazing cloud formation.. Looks very eerie .. 🙂 What goes up, must come down.. lol

  4. C.E.Robinson says:

    Very strange, Svein! Hard to tell what it is! 🎶 Christine

    • Seenorway says:

      Well, it’s most likely that there is a surge of air moving in one direction or the other, but ity looked very unusual to me and worth a picture just to explain what it looked like at the time. Taken at a fair distance this surge is much larger than it looks at first glance.

  5. Paola says:

    No they don’t … or maybe 😉

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