Cirrus is a genus of high cloud made of ice crystals. Cirrus clouds typically appear delicate and wispy with white strands. Cirrus are usually formed when warm, dry air rises, causing water vapour deposition onto rocky or metallic dust particles at high altitudes.
Information and Photographs by Ruth Charles Davies (Daughter of Mike Davies)
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