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Ipswich attacked by giant teddy bear cloud

PUBLISHED: 10:00 12 January 2016 | UPDATED: 09:35 11 February 2016

Amazing cloud formation over Ipswich Waterfront, in January 2016, by Star reader John Field

Amazing cloud formation over Ipswich Waterfront, in January 2016, by Star reader John Field

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Photographer captures amazing cloud formation over the Ipswich Waterfront

Amateur photographer John Field captured an amazing cloud formation image, over UCS and Ipswich Waterfront, on Wednesday last week.

John had come out after lunch at the Bistro on the Quay, when he spotted the cloud formation and snapped this photograph,

“It is amazing,” he said, “My wife thinks it looks like a giant teddy bear.”

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