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Wind River Clouds

Wind River Clouds dissipating as wind carries them off of the peaks. Formed as moisture-laden air moves over the top of the peaks and is forced up to higher elevations, the appear to "hang" over the mountains. Timelapse brings forward the truth: they aren't stagnant, but instead extremely active formations that form and evaporate as quickly as the wind can carry them.

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