Rectangular Cloud Over Hurunui, South Island, New Zealand, 18 May 20

cloud 21cloud sqThis was taken by a vigilant New Zealand photographer named Marian Sutherland who has contributed to this website on a number of occasions.  She took this striking photo on May the 18th at 10.58am from Hurunui.  It shows Mt Tekoa is in the background and a white haze in the air.    Is the haze from aerosol particulates falling?   She writes: “Parallelogram/ quadrilateral-shaped cloud which I suspect formed from a short on/off chunk of trail deposited by an aircraft, (a phenomenon I’ve observed thousands of times in the past decade)… interesting anomaly.”

For over a decade, a massive global war against nature has been under way, and thanks to unnatural formations like this one, snapped by Marian, it is making it to the forefront of the consciousness of those people with questioning minds.  These open minds know that the mainstream media disinformation about the weather being natural and aerosol trails being “condensation trails” fails under the weight of truthful information.  This is how we are making progress.   Thank-you again Marian.

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5 Responses to Rectangular Cloud Over Hurunui, South Island, New Zealand, 18 May 20

  1. DianeDi says:

    Now that is the very first odd !

  2. marian says:

    Hi Clare,
    Just to clarify things regarding my image…I took shots in normal scenery mode, as well as ” Impressive Art ” mode, because seeing the subject in both modes gives me different perspectives ie highlighting texture, shape etc.

    This image is taken with the ” Impressive Art ” mode, and the ” white haze ” effect is not visible in my other images of the same scene taken in scenery mode. One needs to really see both images to get a more accurate view of what I was observing.( But of course, the unusual straight-edged cloud stuck out like a sore thumb! )

    However, your comment re the white haze is still very pertinent, and I can confirm that I regularly do notice an unnatural whitish layer in the atmosphere, ( to me it’s as if a ” sunscreen ” has been smeared across the atmosphere ) which is often most noticeable and glaring as the sun is going down in the evening.
    The skies have been noticeably clearer in the past eight weeks, with the big reduction in air traffic overhead.

  3. Pam Vernon says:

    now that’s an interesting ‘cloud’ isn’t it? Good shot Marian. Your photos no matter the topic always look excellent & beautiful.

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