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Fabulous. I was struck by how the clouds behave like waves on a shore when speeded up.
Agreed, Primus. I noticed that as well. And how taller mountains appeared to create stable cloud formations downwind.
I liked the part @ 2:50 the best.
Yep – air really is just another fluid, just not a very dense one.
I am appreciating this go back in time video:
Ahh, so soothing, very nice.
the clouds acting like waves upon a beach….
Were it not for the mountains, I’d expect a papermill somewhere in all that foggy dew.
Or does Weyerhaeuser have foul-smelling/water polluting papermills in its corporate home state of Washington, too?
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