Category Archives: Clouds
The smoke from all the fires out West has now settled in Santa Fe. While it makes a lovely sunset timelapse, it’s not very good for the lungs. Climate change is not something for the future… the future is here. … Continue reading
A variety of cloud shots and a timelapse from earlier this month.
Including a Kelvin-Helmholtz Fluctus cloud (see picture descriptions)!
Some sunsets from the past few evenings. The last video shows a small virga cloudburst. Hopefully this indicates that rain is on its way… soon.
An odd lone stratocumulus cloud from a previous evening dissipated into a wispy ghost of a cloud. And a nice though narrow sunset from a later evening.
I’ve been meaning to post this collection of cloud formations from a few weeks back. Thanks to my membership in the Cloud Appreciation Society, I’m now able to mis-identify more clouds than before! Hopefully, I’m not too far off. The … Continue reading
Nice mix of stratus, cirrus and cumulus clouds for tonight’s show. After all… what’s a sunset without clouds?
Lenticular clouds over the Sangre de Cristos Mt.s and altocumulus clouds (with raven) at sunset. At first glance, lenticular clouds appear stationary and relatively motionless… but the time lapse below shows they are a product of howling high altitude winds … Continue reading
Collection of cloud shots taken on the iPhone in January.