Ever since I read The Cloudspotter’s Guide, I have been paying more attention to clouds. Many cumulus clouds, created by warm and moisture-laden air rising over sun-drenched geological features, such a sunny hill, however, have rather short lifespans. They could be hanging there in the sky one moment and gone the next as this series of photos of a tiny cumulus I took a couple of days ago show.
The entire lifespan of this one was barely 3 minutes. If I had more time I would create a time-lapse video like Henry did over at Webiocosm.