One of the things I love about clouds is their almost capricious ability to form in ways that are unexpected.
I have no idea if this cloud is the numb-end of a con-trail or whether its a natural cloud formed by some minute change of temperature or humidity. What ever the case there was not another cloud to be seen in this sky, just this little line.
You can find more skies at Sky Watch Friday.
Enjoy the pictures.
Looks like a sky writer ran out of steam.ReplyDelete
Interesting! My vote would be on the con-trail, but there doesn't seem to be enough of it.ReplyDelete
Yep, my guess too...the government spewing mind controlling chemicals.ReplyDelete
Interesting shot and it does look as though s sky writer ran out of "cloud ink"!! Beautiful blue skies!ReplyDelete
That is interesting!ReplyDelete
very cool. :)ReplyDelete
Cool capture, Stewart! It is a pretty clear blue sky!ReplyDelete
Hallo Stewart!!Very interesting shot!!!I can't guess!!Have a lovely day!!ReplyDelete
Great post! Looks like a contrail to me.ReplyDelete
what a curious, little cloud. It reminds me of an airplane trail. Great view.ReplyDelete
A little teaser!ReplyDelete
so much blue with a little shooting cloud Love itReplyDelete
...at least the sky is a cool, deep blue instead of white hot like in the summer, right?ReplyDelete
Hmmmm - good point! Now that's how to get the old grey matter working, great puzzle, even better postReplyDelete
Off topic, Stewart, but I’d like to draw your attention to Jonah, the subject of the last two posts on ‘Gullible In Alaska’ listed on my blog’s side bar. I’ve pointed him to your blog.ReplyDelete
I think it's so neat how clouds are ever-changing…literally every second. A cloud formation at any given moment in time is unique to that moment and that moment alone. How awesome is that?ReplyDelete
I have no idea!ReplyDelete