Friday, September 30, 2016


Everyone knows what clouds look like. And we know what lenticular clouds are: It's probably not impossible for them to form without any of th qualifying ingredients but this happened over flat land and no structures...

On a very windy day when the rest of the clouds were cirrus and rapidly whirling into wispier, even thinner ones, this little cotton ball number had its own personality. And it stayed in this position for one hour.

Pun not entirely intended, but I think there's a 20% chance this is only partly cloud. (Yes, we know. There's not a 'y' at the end.)

The implication? Oh all right then. No we can't. It's just too laughable... but if we wink juussst slowly enough, we think you'll get what we're saying.

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