As it does so individual pockets of air create a warmer bubble which then starts to rise.
The incredible latency of moisture is suddenly realised as it condenses out above an invisible line in the sky.
At this very point the clouds are born and the breath of the oceans becomes visible to all the mountains denizens.
If that weight of water becomes unsupported by the rising airs it falls as gentle rain upon the expectant ground.
In doing so, rivulets merge into streams which coalesce into the great rivers which in time return the water back to its oceanic source.
This is the great cycle of our hydrosphere which is one of the foundations for all life on earth.
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Photo: Cloudscape from Saladaviciosa. Courtesy of the author.