I always like to look at the clouds passing overhead. How do they form and where do they go? I used to think (I remembered from a school textbook on natural science) that clouds consist only of water vapor (gas). So I decided to find out what meteorologists say about clouds.
“Clouds form when there is too much water vapor in the air. The water vapor (gas) then condenses into water and the droplets are so small that they remain suspended in the air.
It is this group of small water droplets suspended in the air that becomes visible as the cloud we see.
A cloud consists of a large number of drops. If it passed over the lake, then there is more water vapor in the air, and it forms a large cloud".
Do you like to watch passing clouds? What thoughts do you have when looking at them?
These photos helped me learn more about the nature of clouds.