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Thunderhead over the Tetons as seen from the famous Moulton Barn and Mormon Row. Thought I'd try some more intense processing for a surreal look. This is a 5 exposure hdr with additional lucisarts application.
View large - 'Cloud Burst' On Black
View the entire Tetons - East and West Set
View my - Most Interesting according to Flickr
THIS IS A FIRE RAINBOW - THE RAREST OF ALL NATURALLY OCCURRING ATMOSPHERIC PHENOMENA.
CLOUDS HAVE TO BE CIRRUS, AT LEAST 20K FEET IN THE AIR, WITH JUST THE RIGHT AMOUNT OF ICE CRYSTALS AND THE SUN HAS TO HIT THE CLOUDS AT PRECISELY 58 DEGREES.
Thanks to mariamiller18 for finding this cool tidbit above.
I've seen this phenomena maybe 4x since I've taken up photography but this is my best capture. It must be from a rainbow but it looks more like its shaped with the cloud. I just think its mesmerizing. Used a circular polarizer to bring out the details.
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and all of your grey clouds be small ones for sure!
Not sure whether yesterday's clouds qualify as small!!
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The heath from behind my house and it become so beautiful because of the clouds.
It has been 15 years since last time I came here with my family. Hehuan Mountain is the hometown of clouds. Its height is 3417 meters. I drive with my family by my SUV to here today. The weather here is about 3°C . I know many countries are even colder than this in the ordinary winter days but for us living in the subtropical climate area which is very very cold. The Chinese Lunar Year is coming at 19th,02,2015. I wish all of you a lucky, healthy and happy Lunar New Year.
30 sec f11, been getting into long exposures lately I guess, kind of liked the shadows from the clouds on the water line. Another one from Raglan estuary looking the opposite way to my last upload and 20 mins earlier (before it went completely dark).
Sorry more seascapes from me I know :-)
Gortmore Panorama, 18 images stitched to make a panoramic image looking from Binevenagh on the left to the end of the Innishowen Peninsula on the right. The hills of Donegal protrude above the clouds in the distance. Cloud covered the whole area of Magilligan below Gortmore - something I believe is called "Cloud Inversion." I have seen images of this before, but this is my 1st capture of it.
I have no idea of the meteorological reasons for it but it was great to see it, even if it was a little strange hearing life go on below and not being able to see it.
Captured this pretty view while driving down the road after leaving Glacier National Park on our ride to Oregon. Saw the lake, the clouds, and there was a little park to pull over. Pretty neat scene with the reflection.
Perranuthnoe beach last weekend. I love the way the receding waves uncover the cloud reflected in the wet sand. Blowing a gale here, but still no snow!
Terrestrial cloud formation is the result of air in any of the lower three principal layers of Earth's atmosphere (collectively known as the homosphere) becoming saturated due to either or both of two processes: cooling of the air and adding water vapor. With sufficient saturation in the troposphere, precipitation will fall to the surface; an exception is virga, which evaporates before reaching the surface. Clouds that form at very high altitudes in the stratosphere and mesosphere do not contain sufficient moisture to generate any outfall of droplets or crystals.
The clouds ruled this moody morning in the Grand Teton National Park. This is what the clouds looked like without the long exposure.