Welcome to my life

Name: Mohd Hanifah
Occupation: Lecturer (Neo Art Institute), Digital Illustrator (My Iman Technologies), Graphic designer (Corus Hotel KL), Publishing Coordinator (Endona Corporation), Lecturer (SG Academy)
Education: Bachelor Degree of Art and Design, Uitm.
D.O.B: 14 April 1986
From: Johor
Current City: Kuala Lumpur.


Monday, 21 March 2011

Awan aneh Mammatus

Kalau tengok gambar2 kat bawah ni, rasa takut pun ada, rasa beruntung pun ada. yang pasti, awan pelik ni adalah antara kejadian alam yang dapat membuatkan manusia berfikir tentang kekuasaan Tuhan.baca artikel kat bawah gambar tu untuk lebih byk info.

awan aneh
awan aneh

The shapes one sees in cloud formations can be as revealing as an inkblot test which is why there’s something undeniably Freudian about calling these clouds mammatus clouds or “breast clouds.”

Forming under the main body of other cloud types, mammatus clouds are pockets of air and water caught in another storm’s down draught. Mammatus are often called “supplementary clouds” as they are not clouds in their own right. They are usually paired with cumulonimbus thunderclouds and can indicate severe storms and tornados. Cumulonimbus clouds contain the ice crystals which frequently produce hail stones and torrential rain. Here in the United States, mammatus clouds are often seen during warmer months in the midwest or back east. But they can be found all over the world. Mammatus may be smooth or lumpy and may be opaque or semi-transparent. The phenomenon lasts no more than five to ten minutes.

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