This cloud took on April 9th outside Coors event center
Skew-T diagram of Denver in April 9th
I like how this captures the horizon really well. The clouds are really pretty and the blue sky provides nice contrast against the clouds.
The rows of clouds and the shadows make this image captivating
Cumulus Flockus – a “Flock” of “Sheep” cumulus clouds! The cityscape below is a great setting.
Really cool layers of clouds. You can see the rows very nicely in this photo.
Nice capture. These look quite a bit like the fair weather cumulus clouds that are common in the midwest.
Beautiful example of Cumulus Flockus.
Good image, the cloud details are very visible and the color of the sky is nice. You may want to consider darkening the foreground more or cropping the bottom of the image.
I really like how far back the clouds seems to go. The clouds on the left touching the horizon look really cool. Some of the details of the foreground are a little distracting, but overall a good image.
The fact that there are so many clouds of approximately the same shape is really interesting! The crane in the foreground is a little distracting, but I understand how it may look odd without the buildings in the frame.
Cool image, I like the range of whites and darks. I think you could go a bit farther and get the buildings to look even darker and bring out more detail
Great photo. I like the contribution of the foreground because the background still encapsulates most of the photo.
Beautiful! Excellent showcase of clouds – so much puff. I like the juxtaposition of the soft clouds with the sharp angles of the buildings.
I like how much sky you captured in this photo. The photo overall is a little dark, so maybe lighten it up a bit to bring out more blue in the sky.
You have a nice blue here. The change in amount of clouds creates a slight off-balance which looks nice.
The clouds are nice, however the buildigs and construction are a bit distracting. I think cropping right at the building line would improve the image.
Nice job. I like the large range of length scales of detail
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