Ireland, Photography, photojournalism

Weird Cloud Formations

Photo taken Kilmore area, County Wexford, Ireland on the 6th June, 2014. Something is going on up there….

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6 thoughts on “Weird Cloud Formations

      • Martin Reading says:

        Mammatus is not a cloud ‘type’ but is as you say a formation – usually on the underside of cumulonimbus storm clouds, and not a particularly recent identification. But this formation is very similar to Undulus Asperatus which was the most recent cloud type to be officially acknowledged:
        “It is a bit like looking at the surface of a choppy sea from below,” said Gavin Pretor-Pinney, founder of the Cloud Appreciation Society, who first identified the asperatus cloud from photographs that were being sent in by members of the society. Gavin was the guest speaker at both International Cloud Festivals held here in 2011 (Co.Cork) and 2012 (Sligo/Leitrim). Maybe time for another one in Co.Wexford?

  1. Mark says:

    New clouds! What a load of bollocks, this is a result of planes spraying chemtrails and h aarp ,powers that be are attempting to gain control of the weather,check out 1990 paper by us air force headed owning the weather by 2025, don’t listen to the bullshitters telling you otherwise

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