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peter60

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My First Ever Cloud Inversion
« on: 19:33:33, 19/10/07 »
Today I saw my first real cloud inversion at Symonds Yat on the borders of Monmouthshire, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire. It was a spectacular sight and the photos don't do it justice:




Here's the same view later in the day of the River Wye in the valley:




Here's another shot:



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Mr. Blister

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Re: My First Ever Cloud Inversion
« Reply #1 on: 20:22:54, 19/10/07 »
Nice, Peter, real nice.

You never know, this could catch on.  Collecting cloud inversions.  :)

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Re: My First Ever Cloud Inversion
« Reply #2 on: 21:38:42, 19/10/07 »
Here's one from the Lake District



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Re: My First Ever Cloud Inversion
« Reply #3 on: 16:10:22, 21/10/07 »
 O0 Great pics Peter, i love cloud inversions,though have never seen one,but i will do oneday thats for sure.
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Re: My First Ever Cloud Inversion
« Reply #4 on: 22:51:23, 21/10/07 »
Yes great pics.
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peter60

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Re: My First Ever Cloud Inversion
« Reply #5 on: 15:07:32, 22/10/07 »
Thanks folks.  :) 

Anyone else with cloud inversion photos? Why not post them below?

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Re: My First Ever Cloud Inversion
« Reply #6 on: 15:54:53, 22/10/07 »
 :( I wish i had some pics of my own cloud inversion..,but i havent,Orrr sad little ole me..,hehe, but looking at everyone elses make me realise i will see one ,one day. once again Peter60 great shot mate.
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peter60

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Re: My First Ever Cloud Inversion
« Reply #7 on: 19:23:03, 22/10/07 »
Thanks again for the comments. I'm not sure if this counts as an inversion, but it certainly looks pretty:



Taken from the Pyg Track, looking back at Pen y Pass at about 8.30am one sunny summer day.

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Re: My First Ever Cloud Inversion
« Reply #8 on: 09:55:29, 23/10/07 »
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Anyone else with cloud inversion photos? Why not post them below?

Couldn't resist this!. Once you've seen a really good one you begin to study the weather forecasts to predict others. The best ones are at dawn and are rare indeed: these were taken from Great End:










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Re: My First Ever Cloud Inversion
« Reply #9 on: 10:14:31, 23/10/07 »
WooooooooooW now that a cloud inversion there really amazing.   Splendid pictures Vghikers.......... :)
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Re: My First Ever Cloud Inversion
« Reply #10 on: 17:27:49, 23/10/07 »
 SIMPLY BEAUTIFULL...
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