The following photos were taken one afternoon during May this year, in the countryside surrounding Wincanton. It is still early May and not all the leaves have come out yet.
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It is quite a warm afternoon following the cold start at the beginning of May.
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What a lovely sight, the sky like that and those trees.
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Cirrus, sometimes known as mare’s tails, are usually found 5 to 13 kilometers up there in the sky.
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When the tails are pointing upwards, like those up there, pressure is falling and is supposed to herald rain. Unfortunately, I cannot remember whether it rained the next day or not in this case.
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The opposite occurs when the tails are pointing downwards as that means pressure is rising.
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Have you noticed how many different shades of green and yellow that show up at this time of year in the Spring.
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Well, I guess that’s all for now.
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Bye for now!