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When Mars is near perihelion, tall, amazing clouds appear over the Mariner Valley. The wind draws them along the equator and blows them to the west, where they gradually erode. According to the conditions in these atmospheric layers, they consist of water ice, green gas, and pink crystals. They are quite thick and cast clearly visible shadows to the surface. Their appearance is explained by the fact that the unevenness of the terrain introduces disturbances into the air currents, directing them upward. In addition, in the morning fog rises above the valley, which also consists of crystals of water ice. The reason for this sphere is that they sprout from the dry earth like mushrooms after a rainfall. Perhaps the fact is that the slopes of the valleys in the evening illuminate the rays of other distant planets and stars. It is they that allow something to grow on this earth. x / acrylic 2020