Thursday, April 03, 2008

Tay View April North Fife

Clouds. See the sky as you never have before. Using a series of his awe-inspiring images, photographer and scientist John Day - who has a Ph.D. in cloud physics and is known round the world as "The Cloudman" - introduces us to earth's great skyscape. His spectacular portfolio of pictures captures a variety of cloud forms and shapes, ranging from cottony-soft cumulus clouds to frightening, whirling funnels, as well as a number of optical effects, such as coronas and halos, seen in the heavens above. A magnificent cloud chart; an explanation of clouds formation; hints on forecasting, observing, and photographing clouds; and his "Ten Reasons to Look Up" teach us to use our inner eye to really perceive those familiar fleeting forms. The Book of Clouds.

Tay View April North Fife. From my Home in Flisk North Fife the sky is enormous, here looking north across the river Tay with a northerly wind standing wave cloud forms are often present. Parts of the horizon show snow capped peaks of the highlands in Grampian.

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