Clouds are one of the most ineffable phenomena of nature. I don’t think there’s a single person on earth who doesn’t love pondering upon looking at the clouds. Clouds look just like a dreamy affair floating across that’s just as identical as our dreamy minds. There’s this distinctive thing about clouds that they differ at different places. Right from its color to its pattern, they acquire a different appearance and each one is a sight to behold.
Mammatus clouds derive their resemblance from mammaries. They usually form after or just before an impending tornado, though it cannot be considered as a sign of an upcoming tornado. According to Wikipedia, “mammatus are most often associated with the anvil cloud that extends from a cumulonimbus, but may also be found under altocumulus, altostratus, stratocumulus, and cirrus clouds, as well as contrails and volcanic ash clouds.”
The clouds, as the name suggests is disc-shaped, which embraces the top of the mountains appearing like nature’s snug cap. They can also spread over in the blank spaces of the sky singularly. “Lens” clouds form at much higher altitudes than mammatus clouds and appear all like plates to discs to ufos.
The beauty of these clouds is of some other level. The romantic poets and painters have drawn them in their canvasses over the years because of their inspiring and uplifting appearance. They’re also popularly called as a sunbeam, which makes mornings even more beautiful.
The principal cause of mirage is refraction other than reflection. This was mainly observed earlier in cartoons where a hot traveler would be deceived by the thought of an oasis in a desert.
Famously known as the path to a pot of gold, is the most amazing wonder of nature. This amusing prism of the color spectrum can be seen after rainstorms and squalls, making it appear as a ray of hope and happiness after a climatic disturbance.
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