Clouds 2 // Hannah Moller

Clouds 2 // Hannah Moller

This photo was taken on October 29th in an airplane going to Washington State. This particular picture was taken of the clouds at the base of Mount Rainer. The Skew-T shows a CAPE of 19.05 which is unstable, but not that unstable.

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  • Edgar Palma
    Dec 11, 2020 15:46

    I like that different view that you were able to capture in this image. Looking at the clouds from above is a nice change of pace.

  • Aldwin Bretoux
    Dec 11, 2020 15:20

    I like the prospective that you were able to get on this image, really cool!

  • Mohamed Al Sabri
    Dec 9, 2020 17:10

    I really love the unusual perspective of the clouds being captured from above! The diagonal lines pattern created by them is captured beautifully!

  • Stella Newman
    Dec 2, 2020 13:25

    This image looks heavenly. The shadows and highlights really exaggerate the texture of the blanket of clouds, which looks beautiful.

  • David Kuchta
    Dec 2, 2020 13:23

    Great image Hannah! Really enjoy the texture and lighting you have captured here. I also really like the perspective from high above, it almost looks like it could be another planet’s surface.

  • Megan Borfitz
    Dec 2, 2020 13:21

    I love that you took this image from an airplane! Such a neat perspective. I also like how the image looks kind of monochromatic, but it’s still so interesting to look at. The sun setting adds some great shadows that add to the texture!

  • Jillian Weber
    Dec 2, 2020 13:19

    I love this photo! The details look super cool, and I think it is so interesting and unique. I also think that its cool in how ambiguous it is, since it also looks almost like a close up of snow!

  • Jacob Christiansen
    Dec 2, 2020 13:19

    Really cool perspective, I love how you chose to crop the image

  • Colton Oglesbee
    Nov 30, 2020 19:49

    I love this image and if any cropping was I would like to add that I love how the cloud(s) take up the whole image. It is still easy to tell this is a cloud but add to the artistic value.


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