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Fallstreak hole graces Swellendam skies

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Fallstreak hole graces Swellendam skies

A spectacular cloud formation, known as a fallstreak hole, opened up over the skies of Swellendam.

Fallstreak holes are a rare weather phenomenon that creates a gap in the clouds allowing the sun to shine through.

An image of the rare cloud was shared by Nadia Zaayman on the #ImStaying Facebook group on Saturday 5 June 2021.

The image has recieved 2 200 reactions so far and over 150 comments from social media users reacting to the strange cloud formation.

Here are some reactions from Facebook users:

“I see a baby, and around the baby to the top right, I see a man facing upwards, below on the ground (the mountains) a prowling roaring lion,”- Lauren Abbett.

“Am I the only one seeing the man that is walking up the mountain underneath the blue? He has his back turned looks like he is wearing a robe,”- Mercia Wheeler.

“This is a very rare cloud called Fallstreak holes,”-Jodie Patience.

 

 

 

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