If only we could see through walls, life would be…

Easier? Harder? Less private? Fun?

Which do you think? I pick…

There we go. If only we could see through the roof think of all the clouds we’d see.
A plane but not much else.
Move closer, change your perspective – see more.
The way some people see the world.
That’s better. Take a wider view of things – be more open (you’ll see more and be happier).
Peaceful sunrise along the Northeast Florida coast (Atlantic Ocean).

Fun!

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Mammatus Clouds

Some mammatus clouds associated with a cumulonimbus cloud (thunderstorm). As seen in south central Florida during a moderate thunderstorm. No reports of tornadic activity and lightning strikes were only occasional. Since this was observed in late March, the freezing level was probably around 12,000 feet or so. Lightning normally occurs whenever the top of a cumulonimbus cloud reaches at least 10,000 feet above the freezing level. So the top of this cell was around 22,000 to 25,000 feet – not likely a severe weather event producer as it was nearly stationary and not associated with a front. Contrast that with the atmosphere during the summer – a thunderstorm cell in this area would reach 50,000 feet or more and be more likely to produce severe weather.

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Camera: Samsung Galaxy S4

Chris

Cirrocumulus

Not a common sight to see across Florida skies. Cirrocumulus (Cc) clouds are normally found above 25,000 feet (Florida). These were actually higher than nearby condensation trails left by high flying jets. Seen in early October.

Flying high above Walt Disney World…

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Camera: Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W170

Thanks for your visit.

C&C