According to Meteorology, a cloud is a visible mass of liquid droplets or frozen crystals made of water or various chemicals suspended in the atmosphere above the surface of a planetary body. The sky showcases some of the most abstract and dynamic canvas to photographers around the world. There are so many different types of clouds that fall into these five categories; cirriform, cumuliform, cumulonimbiform, stratocumuliform, and stratiform.
Clouds are a great source of inspiration and can add dramatic effect to any photo. People often overlook and don’t pay any attention to the sky. There are some clouds that are so rare that you will be very lucky to see them in your lifetime. Mother nature is beautiful and we hope you enjoy her creations!
The Pannonian Plain
Perhaps they are not stars
Clouds @ 30,000ft+ Window Seat
Stratus Clouds, Greenland
Rare Lenticular Clouds over West Yorkshire
Sky & Clouds
New Zealand landscape beach scene
Amazing Clouds drifting in Perfect Harmony
The other side of the clouds