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Often known as Mother of Pearl clouds, nacreous clouds are an extremely rare sight. They form between nine and sixteen miles high in the atmosphere and give off a breathtaking iridescent glow. While they form mostly in the polar regions, they have been known to form across the globe during winter and at high altitudes. These beautiful clouds tend to shine brightly just before dawn or in the two hours just after sunset, making for an unforgettable sight.

Often known as Mother of Pearl clouds, nacreous clouds are an extremely rare sight. They form between nine and sixteen miles high in the atmosphere and give off a breathtaking iridescent glow. While they form mostly in the polar regions, they have been known to form across the globe during winter and at high altitudes. These beautiful clouds tend to shine brightly just before dawn or in the two hours just after sunset, making for an unforgettable sight.

Madrid: ‘Royal Palace’, 5am, by Sergio Martinez Gonzalez. | 31 Beautiful Photos Of Cities That Never Sleep

Madrid: 'Royal Palace', 5am, by Sergio Martinez Gonzalez.

Madrid: ‘Royal Palace’, 5am, by Sergio Martinez Gonzalez. | 31 Beautiful Photos Of Cities That Never Sleep

Monuments in the Moonlight! A Newbie Friendly & Social 4 Mile Sneaker Hike - Mid-Atlantic Hiking Group (Non-Profit) (Washington, DC) - Meetup

Monuments in the Moonlight! A Newbie Friendly & Social 4 Mile Sneaker Hike - Mid-Atlantic Hiking Group (Non-Profit) (Washington, DC) - Meetup

London building tops / Tim Gallagher who took the picture says "I took these shots on the of December.This fog delayed my next flight but at least I got these shots. This is Canary Wharf, the new financial center in London"

An ominous shaped cloud off Mykonos, Greece ~ Graham Kay of Solihull, West Midlands

The Big Picture photography competition: round 210

An ominous shaped cloud off Mykonos, Greece ~ Graham Kay of Solihull, West Midlands

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