Majestic Set Of Clouds Looks Like A Giant Approaching Wave

rumblestaff Published July 3, 2018 145 Plays

Rumble / Natural PhenomenaThe sky is one of those things that never fails to render us speechless. There is something so beautiful in the fleeting masterpieces painted on the sky’s blue canvas, we are left awe-struck. The oeuvres d’art come in different colors, from the most faint whites to the boldest reds, and it’s the most beautiful sight we’ve ever seen.

In this curious video we see mother nature in its finest form, as the sky is packed with fluffy clouds that resemble a big wave approaching the coast, making for a magnificent sight!

A seiche is a standing wave in an enclosed or partially enclosed body of water, which is what we see in this amazing footage. Reportedly, it was a sweltering 85 degrees and muggy and the tide pulled out about 30 feet. If you look closely in the distance it appears as a huge wave is heading towards the coast. Fortunately, these people decided to watch the phenomenon from the coast, and decided to capture a video of this amazing sight and share it on the Internet, and we are so grateful for that! The sight is simply magical!

Luckily, they didn't get any rain, but the wind was so strong when it hit the shore that they could hardly breath, filmmaker explains. This cloud masterpiece lasted only about 10 minutes, but the memories of it will last a lifetime!

The credit for this beautiful sight goes to the clouds and the wind. After all, the sky is nothing but empty space in which the water condensation molds in whichever form it desires and creates different clouds. Their shape can vary and can mean many different things, they might hold large quantities of water, they might be high or low in the atmosphere and they might even be just the beginning of the harshest storms we’ve ever seen. Either way, clouds are quite the model. In addition, the wind can act an important role as well. It can stretch the water vapor into thin stripes across the sky, or it can make candy floss appear on the horizon. It can make them appear out of nowhere and make them vanish into thin air in the blink of an eye. Mother nature is the most talented painter in the world, she always knows how to grab our attention and surprise us in so many different ways!

Clouds, those white puffy accumulations of moisture up in our gorgeous skies are simply amazing. We look up to Heavens every time we are outside. Do you ever look for shapes of animals, objects, faces, or just take in all the beauty those big puffy accumulations of moisture form?

Well the big puffy clouds are called cumulus clouds. Cumulus clouds have flat bases and are often described as "puffy", "cotton-like" or "fluffy" in appearance just like mentioned above. Normally, cumulus clouds produce little or no precipitation, but they can grow into the precipitation-bearing congestus or cumulonimbus clouds. During a stormy weather, clouds are building, often creating some fun little characters, that we so much want to spot!

If you like fluffy clouds, take a look of another phenomenon where sun rays give clouds a colored appearance, making for a magnificent view. The thick beams of light can turn the black sky a bright blue, the clouds gold, and sometimes even red. Together with the dust particles in the air, it might even make the sky appear in a perfect pink haze. There is no doubt that the sky knows how to paint some serious art, leaving onlookers in awe with its beauty. It can look so mysterious and ethereal.

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