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Sean Zeederberg

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As a young boy growing up on an agricultural farm in Zimbabwe, Sean spent every opportunity entertaining himself outdoors, camping in the local nature reserve and learning about all facets of the natural world. After completing a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental ...

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on A Jellyfish In the Sky at Londolozi?

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Ha! What a lovely, whimsical post, Sean.

Sean, thanks for the pictures. As a pilot I have seen these clouds before but, it is always a beautiful sighting.

Fantastic photos , Sean. This dark blue sky with the white jellyfish clouds , the green of the landscape below and the journey of giraffe- just perfect.

What a sight, the picture with the giraffe and jellyfish clouds is unique. Besides any scientific explanation it is just a lovely sight, as you wrote. I live at the seaside, not far from mountains and plains, and the carsic formation of the rocks and vegetation, there are many ecosystems in a single territory, but I don’t recall such a sight… I love to take pictures of clouds so i have several examples, but not this. Original blog thank you!

There is an artist in Kynsna who actually paints jelly fish as clouds – his art is whimsical and delightful.

I have loved cloud formations since childhood. I used to love to lay in the grass and just look up and watch the clouds form, reform, and pass through, and I still love doing this today! That said, I’ve never seen this particular formation, the Jellyfish!!. So cool Sean, and thanks for posting about these natural wonders!!

Does an unusual event usually follow???!!! 😉

Beautiful clouds Sean, and very interesting how they accumulate and shape like a jellyfish.

Fun post today Sean. I’ve always found clouds fascinating and love taking images of unusual ones, although many seem to appear while I’m driving….. do you ever see rainbow or lenticular clouds in Londolozi?

How interesting. I don’t recall ever seeing this particular formation before. In the USA during winter we often get “sun dogs” and I like to see those (although best viewed with polarized sunglasses).

Bluebird sky and cotton clouds. Beautiful photography from Sean.

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