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Then There Was Light...

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Martin Mc Kenna
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« on: October 14, 2009, 04:25:14 pm »

Thanks guys for the feedback. I like the David Attenbrough touch John  Smiley

John C, I'm not sure what caused that shape to be honest. There where three different cloud types at the time ahead of a weak warm front which I could see moving in from the NW. Cirrus was near the horizon, alto cumulus higher up, and at middle was that strange stratus-style structure which had numerous wave-like forms and thin linear streaks. I can't add much more than that I'm afraid.
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