Tuesday, January 13, 2015


                                                Cirrus cloud

The most common form of high-level clouds are thin and often wispy cirrus clouds. 
 Usually found at heights greater than 20,000 feet, cirrus clouds are composed of ice crystals that originate from the freezing of water droplets.
Cirrus can form from almost any cloud that has undergone glaciation and can be observed in a variety of shapes and sizes.
Our opinion is that they are beautiful, thin and wispy.

By Vanessa and pipo 

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