Jellyfish Clouds, 10 feb

Kevin ‘weather-eye’ Doye explained what is happening: ‘They’re ice showers from decaying altocumulus – looks like the clouds themselves have pretty much decayed but the cascading ice crystals are still floating down. Really cold up there so they’ll remain as ice. What’s great is that you can see them gently descend, then hit a much drier mid-level and evaporate. Heaps you can tell from such clouds – unstable uppers but with a drier mid-level – actually quite useful when looking @ what could be coming up, particularly if you see them in the morning before the heat of the day. I love the messages in the sky at different times.’

Clouds are wonders and have no need for sentiment: ‘Try to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud.’ Maya Angelou; ‘Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky.’ Rabindranath TagoreThe sea comes with surfers

To Macksville, to see Eddie the framer and the birds

Cormorants, Black and Pied, a few Royal Spoonbills, but mainly Cattle Egrets and Great Egrets

I was not expecting to find a Bald Cypress.

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