Category Archives: Timelapse clouds
A variety of cloud shots and a timelapse from earlier this month.
Including a Kelvin-Helmholtz Fluctus cloud (see picture descriptions)!
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
A small storm is moving through and the Sangres are looking very moody this evening.
Another storm is getting ready to come on in and the clouds over the Sangres are roiling!
A nice pre-Inaugural sunset and time-lapse of interesting standing cumulus clouds over the Sangres.
Quick moving storm clouds over the Sange de Cristos today. Each segment represents about 10 and a half minutes. Looks like the mountains got some snow, yay!
4.5 inches this morning and cooooold temps. It’s very welcome moisture during this drought. The mountains were roiling with clouds and that made for some interesting timelapses.
Catching up on the Fall colors and snow storm that hit on 10_27_20 (that effectively ended the Fall colors). And a nice timelapse of the clouds lifting off the Sangres.
Swirling and mammatus clouds overhead after an evening thunderstorm.