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Clouds and Weather

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Huge Bolt over Tampa Bay ~ By Old Boone

An Iridescent (Rainbow) Cloud in Himalaya The phenomenon was observed early morning on October 18, 2009 on the path to Khumjung in the Himalayas. The mountain pictured is Thamserku.

Heavenly haze: Remarkable rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest

Nacreous Clouds Above McMurdo Base, Antarctica

Cool Antarctica, pictures of Antarctica, facts and travel guide

Monument Valley



Table Mountain, Capetown, South Africa

✯ Fire Rainbow - If the sun is at an elevation of 58 degrees or higher and cirrus clouds containing plate-shaped ice crystals are present, you may be lucky enough to see the rare "fire rainbow," or circumhorizontal arc.

Frozen spider's web

These clouds, photographed in Canada, look more like ocean waves.

  • Mollie Bridges
    Mollie Bridges

    kelvin-helmholtz formation


Lightning over Quebec

Mt. Shasta, California, USA

The Danish island pictured here is Æbelø in the sea of Kattegat, just off the north coast of Funen (Denmark’s third-largest island). With its triangular shape and long ‘tail’, it really does look like a stingray. Don’t miss that cloud above trying to mimic the island’s shape

One of my favorite lightning shots ever for the Clouds 365 Project. Taken in Frisco, TX on

Kelly DeLay

Norfolk Nebraska Clouds Before The Storm

Lenticular clouds and palm trees.

Isolated showers

Fire rainbows are the rarest of all naturally occurring atmospheric phenomena. For a fire rainbow to occur, cirrus clouds must be 20,000 feet in the air with the precise amount of ice crystals, and then the Sun must hit the clouds at 58 degrees. *Stardust*

24 Extraordinary Moments of Rain and Dew Photography

THE TSUNAMI CLOUD Photograph by GARY BRINK (photofrenzy2000 on Flickr) This incredible photograph was taken by Gary Brink (1/800, ƒ/9, ISO 200, 135 mm) on May 29, 2011, at the Holland State Park in Michigan, USA. The incredible cloud formation formed on Lake Michigan just off the beach

Vertebra cirrus clouds at Knoxville, Tennessee, USA

Shelf cloud, Cape Cod, MA