Living on the river keeps me connected to the changes in weather. A minor drop in temperature, a sudden appearance of clouds, an increase of wind speed....it is always obvious and can't be ignored.
(An excerpt from Living on the River, Photographer/Writer: Alida Thorpe, underlined by the poster
1. About the passage underlined, why did the author choose the expression “clouds”, but neither “a cloud”, nor “cloud”?
2. Does the site above show clouds, or a cloud or cloud? I suppose it shows clouds.
Thanks in advance
I suppose so- there are some lines showing edges on the left, so that would (just about) qualify as clouds IMO.