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Extraordinary Clouds

Skies of the Unexpected From Bizarre to Beautiful
Hamblyn, Richard (Book - 2009 )
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
Extraordinary Clouds


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You’ll find a selection of some of the most startling and unusual cloud formations, from uniform streaks of ‘cloud streets’ to the odd bulbous ‘lenticularis’ that are commonly mistaken for UFOs. Each amazing photograph will be accompanied by Hamblyn’s entertaining and informative explanation of how the cloud was formed and the conditions in which a similar one might occur. The images chosen use satellite photography as well as ground-based pictures and the collection demonstrates the most unexpected and seemingly impossible patterns that can be created by the natural cycles of weather.
Authors: Hamblyn, Richard, 1965-
Title: Extraordinary clouds
skies of the unexpected from bizarre to beautiful
Publisher: Newton Abbot :, David & Charles,, 2009
Characteristics: 144 p. ;,7 x 20 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Richard Hamblyn
Notes: Published in association with the Met Office
Additional Contributors: Great Britain
ISBN: 9780715332818
0715332813
Branch Call Number: 551.576 H199e 2009
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Report This Jan 20, 2010
  • 22950009541673 rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

Fantastic photography! Much of it taken from space. Itwas only because I wanted some description that I even noticed the text below the photos.

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