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Sailing up into the wavy clouds

Peeping through the windows of the Waterlily House, Kew Gardens, London, October 2020

 


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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 18 January 2021

Posted as part of Becky’s January SquareUp

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  1. What a great set of clouds Debbie, wonderful pics. Hope you are having a few moments to yourself everyday when you can just look up and follow the clouds and vapour trails.

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  2. J’aime particulièrement la dernière image. Les trainées d’avions étaient très rares dans mon enfance et le trafic aérien beaucoup moins dense. C’est très étrange de réaliser que le ciel a changé avec l’apparition des avions à réaction.

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    • Yes it has taken the strange 2020 to notice things like that. I now admire every plane that flies over my head, and the trails that they leave. Sadly, the admiration is also accompanied with a tinge of jealousy.

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  3. I would bet that there isn’t a day that most people make some kind of a remark about clouds. Our eyes just go naturally upward.
    Probably the remark made most is, “What a beautiful blue sky. No clouds today.” 😉

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