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Surprisingly Curious And Interesting Cloud Photography

Swirling Peaceful Death / Subtle yet hurtful / Calm yet crazy / Dark clouds swirl /Snow white clouds sway behind / Wanting to help /But their friend has become /Demented / Nothing to do but endure / And hope He calms soon

Empty Sky - Mojave Desert.

Clouds ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ Weather ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ Color ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ Swirl ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ Phenomena ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ Empty Sky - Mojave Desert by Steve Sieren Photography

Multilayered huge lenticular cloud over Mt. Etna Sicily yesterday 14/6/2016! Photo's by shitsuren_brokenheart, Giuseppe Famiani and e_tempo_di_cambiare

Multilayered huge lenticular cloud over Mt. Etna Sicily yesterday Photo's by shitsuren_brokenheart, Giuseppe Famiani and e_tempo_di_cambiare

Mammatus Clouds

Mammatus clouds bubble downward from the anvil of a cumulonimbus cloud at sunset in Texas.

Scary Clouds by Liza Vaun Bezuidenhout‎‎

Top 10 Weather Photographs: November 2015 "Cloud Capped Mountains of Cape Town" – My beautiful city showing off her splendor.Table Mountain with a cloud cap in all her glory.

Cirrus Clouds

Freakishly Awesome Stuff - photography could it be caused by HARRP one asks

Supercell Storm

Beijing sky at on June The giant cumulonimbus—which spanned several miles—was accompanied by lightning.

Absolutely stunning shot of multilayered huge lenticular cloud over Kvalsund in Norway - February 2016 Photo by Bjørn Hansen

Hobby Photographer Bjorn Hansen was traveling home in Kvalsund in Finnmark when he caught sight of this celestial phenomenon

If you ever see clouds like this. Stop. Take a picture. Send picture to me! Rare undulatus asperatus clouds as seen from Harrodsburg, Kentucky. Photo credit: Johannah McKinney Cheek (Undulatus asperatus clouds indicate turbulent wave motion in the atmosphere. Winds at cloud level lead to sufficient wind shear to produce the wavy motion. The wavy motion of the air becomes visible in the form of undulations (waves) in the cloud base. They are basically mammatus clouds with strong winds…

Undulatus asperatus clouds captured by Johannah McKinney Cheek in Harrodsburg, Kentucky on August

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