Taken on a long stroll with Dog: from the Southern Upland Way, slightly south of Portpatrick, appreciating patterns of cloud, light and precipitation across the sea over Ireland.
Moderately turbulent cloud patterns, out for a late stroll with Dog, sunset this evening.
This spray of Cirrus uncinus cloud formation caught my eye…
Simple cloud appreciation.
This particular shape of cloud normally requires mountains or hills in order to form, so I was mildly surprised to see a couple of examples of lenticular clouds near Portpatrick yesterday evening – Galloway not being noted for having any hills to speak of, least of all to the north west of here where the […]