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Bubbles in the Air

Thursday, 14th August 2003, page 2 of 3, West Yorkshire

cumulusCumulus clouds, gently growing and dispersing don't allow me too much time to get involved in detailed study of the wispy intricacy of their steamy tendrils or the billowing masses that build and disperse.

cumulus cloud They change not just in form but in character too: one minute they're young and vigorous; they soon swell to fruitful maturity but even as this happens they're starting to go to pieces. Look up again a few minutes later and only a couple of wispy remnants, unravelling in the bright sunshine and melting into the blue, remain as a fleeting reminder of the mighty cloud that had seemed destined to gather there. next page

Richard Bell

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