Rolling Cloud Caught On Camera Captivates Viewers

Published January 25, 2019 2,169 Plays

Rumble / Time LapsesHave you ever looked at the clouds and thought how amazing they are? How mesmerizing can they see sometimes? When we were little kids, we would look up in the sky looking for clouds that look like animals, objects, people and it was the most fun we ever had.

We always wondered why some clouds were dark, and others were white and looked so fluffy, and why some clouds are so up high in the sky and others were so low that they seemed reachable by the human hands. Do you find clouds amazing and mesmerizing? Check out this amazing video taken by a person who is a big cloud enthusiast, and after seeing this video, we believe that you will be too!

Cloud enthusiast Damien Knox filmed the unusual formation from his holiday in Gerroa, New South Wales, Australia. The 43-year-old business owner, who is originally from the Blue Mountains in New South Wales, claims he had never seen anything like it in his entire life – and decided to record the majestic scene to show his friends and family. Damien set his camera up to capture the cloud rolling in with stunning time-lapse footage, with the entire video showing the incredible cloud moving towards him over five minutes. Amazing, right?

Watching this video, you probably have asked yourself how do this clouds move like this? We know we did. clouds move with the breeze. High cirrus clouds are pushed along by the fly stream, at times going at more than 100 miles-per-hour. At the point when mists are a piece of a storm they generally head out at 30 to 40 mph.

Clouds in the sky are the most entrancing sight, particularly at the beginning of a storm, after the singing warmth of summers. Being the messenger of downpours which are indispensable for harvests, they are the subject of much examination and study. Essentially a cloud is a consolidated type of barometrical dampness, which is framed from the vanishing of water from the waterways, lakes and the sea.

Clouds in the sky are excellent and life-giving. They are a natural phenomenon, and they have a big part in our lives even though we can see that. Without them, it would not be possible to sustain life on the planet. Have you ever thought about that?

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