• cloud on my tongue • Loveliness • christinedaae has returned to queue
• cloud on my tongue • celestial • Loveliness • fluff fluff fluff • christinedaae has returned to queue
• good morning everyone • i am so tired • it's cold in here and i am exhausted • and it's drizzly and grey with a chance of thunderstorms • and all i want to do is go home and snuggle up with a cup of tea and then take a nap • but i'm here instead • cloud on my tongue • someone's knocking on my kitchen door; leave the wood outside • all the girls here are freezing cold • leave me with your borneo
Asperatus clouds are so rare they managed to escape classification until 2009. Ominous and stormy as they appear, these clouds often break up rather quickly, without producing a storm. As with most other undulating cloud types, these clouds are formed when turbulent winds or colliding air masses whip up the bottoms of the cloud layer into fancy shapes and formations. More common in the plains of the United States (try Iowa), asperatus clouds are at their weird and swirly best during the morning or midday hours after a thunderstorm.
Photograph by B.J. Bumgarner
• blue skies and sunshine guaranteed • cloud on my tongue • Loveliness • gifs
• skies • blue skies and sunshine • Loveliness • cloud on my tongue • head in the clouds
• and bring along your clouds would you • cloud on my tongue • Loveliness • bring your own sunshine