It has been one of the hottest summers I remember, here in Cape Town. Temperatures have stayed in the mid to high 30s (Centigrade), with rarely a breeze.
As we baked yet again under a clear blue sky, I glanced up and noticed, finally, these few wispy clouds.
Forming, disappearing and reforming a good 6 kilometres above me, I wished I could fly through these ice crystals and find some relief from the enervating heat.
And if you look closely you’ll also see the Moon.
post script: These wispy ice-crystal clouds are Cirrus.