This is a picture of some cirrostratus and altocumulus clouds above CU Boulder’s East Campus. It was taken on October 8th, 2019 at 2:18 PM. The skew-T diagram for these clouds as well as the unedited image is pictured above. The report for this image is linked below.
The cloud elements look too big to be cirrocumulus; I’d name them an orographic (mountain wave) altocumulus.
I love how the clouds are lined rather than dispersed throughout the sky. Cool phenomena you captured!
I like the diagonal! I also like how the cloud elements look as if they’re migrating.
Awesome use of angles in this pic!
The gradient transition from the bottom of the image to the top within the blue sky portion is brilliant. The streak of the cloud image is neat.
I like how the cloud looks like its coming out of the building
I like how uniform the clouds appear.
I like the inclusion of the building, gives some context to the image.
I like how you can see a contrast in the blue sky.
I love that the clouds formation is making an almost perfect diagonal across the sky. Very cool!