July 22, 2015

Summer sky.

Over the marsh at Rondeau Provincial Park taken from our boat on  Lake Erie.


Cirrus clouds are thin, wispy clouds that usually form above 18,000 feet. These clouds are blown by strong westerly winds aloft into streamers known as "mares' tails" Cirrus clouds generally move from west to east across the sky and usually "point" to fair weather.

source USA Today.

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