Pale Blue Singapore Skies

photo by bookjunkie

The skies clear up after a rainy morning. Our skies are a paler blue because of our high humidity that often reaches saturation point. It usually feels terribly stuffy before it rains. Rains bring with it such sweet relief and for a while the air is cool.

photo by bookjunkie

Cumulus clouds form on a blazing hot day, as the hot air rises and condenses. It usually means there will be conventional rain later.

photo by bookjunkie

I love how the sky is tinged with a lovely pink with the sunset at dusk.

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4 Responses to Pale Blue Singapore Skies

  1. 365days2play says:

    I love clear blue skies (plus 20degrees temperature!)

  2. 365days2play says:

    I have yet to experience fresh falling snow. It must be very nice at the beginning but I hear from friends that it gets irritating after a while. The problem with climate is that if you want 15 degrees summer, then winters will be damn harsh. Is there no country out there that remains at the same nice temperature pretty much all year round?

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