Cirrus Clouds over Fife

 

After a day of fog and rain yesterday, I thought I’d post a few photographs taken during the summer, of some interesting (to me) Cirrus clouds. All the photo’s are B/W images, which have beenΒ edited a wee bit. They were all taken from home.

 

Cirrus cloud above Glenrothes (1)

Cirrus cloud above Glenrothes

Whirling Dervish above Glenrothes

Whirling Dervish above Glenrothes

 

Cirrus cloud above Fife

Cirrus cloud above Fife

 

Wispy Cirrus cloud above Glenrothes

Wispy Cirrus cloud above Glenrothes

 

Cirrus clouds.

Cirrus clouds.

 

Wispy Cirrus Clouds

Wispy Cirrus Clouds

 

 

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20 thoughts on “Cirrus Clouds over Fife

  1. These photo evoke memories of lying on my back on the grass looking up in into the sky imagining all kinds of shapes and figures. Still do a bit of that. Some of these wispy ones that resemble mare’s tails can be a predictor of rain in these parts. Is it the same up your way?

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    • I love watching/looking at clouds, where I used to live was very close to the edge of the Atlantic, and I could lie in the garden and watch the clouds form as the warm damp air came in off the ocean πŸ™‚ The mare’s tails can sometimes predict the oncoming of rain, these particular clouds were too spread out for that. However, it does mean the increase in wind speed at altitude for all situations with mare’s tails πŸ™‚

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