Yesterday afternoon, there were some quite impressive clouds floating over Okayama, on the other side of the Seto Inland Sea. As I don’t know much about clouds, I’m not sure why, but such a view is pretty rare.
I suspect that their existence is related to the fact that a few days ago a typhoon hit Okinawa before making landfall in Korea, and that another typhoon is hitting Okinawa as I’m typing these lines and is also supposed to make landfall in Korea, but not before hitting Kyushu. We should be more or less spared here in Eastern Shikoku, but it’s a big one.
Maybe the clouds that were stuck in between the two typhoons ended looking like this for some reason.
And they didn’t go unnoticed. As I went to my usual secluded spot to take pictures, I was surprised to find a bunch of other people with their cameras too.
Here is the result:
And here is a short video too (remember to subscribe to my new channel is you haven’t done so yet):
Thats’ all for today. Stay tuned.
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