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nice pics..wer you lucky enough to see the whole thing?

 

No just out for a lunch break, I seemed to be struggling loosing the casing. I have also been informed it might be a Black Skimmer as well. Amazing and very amien like.

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I also saw this stunning cloud yesterday, blue sky and lots of fluffy white clouds then this appears. Through sunglasses it was just amazing and the photos probably don't do it justice.

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Colourful cloud formation by Martin Billard, on Flickr

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Colourful cloud formation by Martin Billard, on Flickr

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Colourful cloud formation by Martin Billard, on Flickr

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I also saw this stunning cloud yesterday, blue sky and lots of fluffy white clouds then this appears. Through sunglasses it was just amazing and the photos probably don't do it justice.

27695472130_128155cfcf_c.jpg

Colourful cloud formation by Martin Billard, on Flickr

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Colourful cloud formation by Martin Billard, on Flickr

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Colourful cloud formation by Martin Billard, on Flickr

Those are cirrus clouds, they form high in the atmosphere and are composed of ice crystals, the colours you see in them are reflections of the sun off the small ice crystals a type of rainbow effect. They usually mean a change in the weather with rain likely soon.

 

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They usually mean a change in the weather with rain likely soon.

 

 

 

TC

 

We should be see them every day the way things are going

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We are inundated with snails and slugs around here, vet said it is a heart/lungworm hotspot, and I saw this slug this morning, back end on the pavement and front end up like a cobra. Never seen one like that before. Poor photo taken with crappy phone.

 

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As the late night are drawing in, here's a picture from last night.

The Plough/Big Dipper

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That emu photo is superb. And who's the nutter handling the brown snake?

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That emu photo is superb. And who's the nutter handling the brown snake?

Cheers mate. The brown snake had started to swallow a rabbit we had shot so my mate took advantage of this and relieved him of it.

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