This image records Cirrus clouds. The Skew-T indicates a stable atmosphere. It was took near Engineering Center on November 2nd, 2018 at 3:17PM.
Very awesome image! I can almost see a bunch of jellyfish in this image. I really like the continuous pattern throughout the frame of the image. Nicely done!
I enjoy the two different types of clouds.
I love how the image is basically split between two types of clouds, very cool!
It is nice to see the clouds isolated from the surroundings. It allows for focus on the details of the clouds.
Very good cropping and framing of the image. Very symmetrical and pleasant to look at
Neat perspective here! It looks like a bunch of tiny clouds all staked up on one another!
I like all the different patterns from bottom to the top of the picture.
I really enjoy the detail of the individual cloud parts in this photo. Nice capture!
Very nice capture of altocumulus and cirrus-like feathery clouds. Great contrast between the blueness of the sky and the whiteness of the clouds.
This is a really interesting picture. It reminds me of a big wave in the ocean, and I like how it’s ambiguous which direction is up without the horizon.
It kind of looks like there are jellyfish in the sky lol. The way it goes from whispy to the alto-cumulus clouds looks great, I think this is a great photo!
I really like this image. I think how symmetrical it looks.
good image. like the patterns. very textural.
I like this image – the dark blue contrasted with the bright white makes for a really beautiful and clear image.
Nice job focusing just on the clouds and ensuring there are no other distractions.
Nice clouds! It’s awesome to see how patchy these clouds are
Really nice image. The pattern of the clouds is really nice for texture in the image.
Really like how many different shapes there are in this cloud image!
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