April 7, 2012
The photo above shows a layer of mid-level clouds and their shadows as observed from an altitude of approximately 8,500 ft (2,590 m). Photographer: William Briscoe; William’s Website
September 2, 2011
Cloud iridescence is a fairly uncommon phenomenon and is usually observed in altocumulus, cirrocumulus clouds, most frequently seen near to the sun when small ice crystals in clouds individually scatter light.
August 27, 2011
One of the pretty sights of nature, Mammatus clouds, only occur where cumulonimbus clouds are present. It is usually linked to the after effect of tornadoes.
May 20, 2011
The photo above showing two contrasting cloud layers was taken while flying from New York City, New York to San Diego, California on the morning of April 5, 2011. Photographer: Bob Kelly, Bob’s Website
May 13, 2011
The photo above shows a superb example of a hole punch and fall streak as observed over Grimsby, U.K., on the east coast of England. Photographer: Robert Chase