This image was captured on October 21st, 2020 at 6:19 PM during the Boulder fires. The clouds photographed in this image are cirrus at the top, with altostratus as well mixed with the Calwood fire plume, and possible pyrocumulus clouds. The CAPE value is zero meaning this is a stable atmosphere, shown in the SKEW-T diagram below
I love the post processing in this image. You were able to bring out more of that orange coloration while also making the shadows within the clouds stand out.
The color of these clouds are beautiful. Love how large and defined these clouds are!
I think this image is very well captured and I like how you cropped the image and enhanced the coloring.
This image is absolutely gorgeous. The colors you were able to bring out are stunning, and the level of detail in the bottom right makes the whole photo!
Wow this almost looks like a volcano. Capturing the smoke at sunset was beautiful.
This image is really epic and beautiful. I really like what you did in editing to make the colors look this way
I love the colors in this image. They are gorgeous in the original image but they look even more spectacular in your post-processing. I also love the detail in the lower rolling part of the pyrocumulus cloud.
Holy colors, Aldwin! This image makes me want to get outside and experience sunsets more often. Very powerful image.
This is a wonderful image. I really like the increased saturation that brings out the nice orange in the clouds.
The amount of depth and detail you were able to capture is incredible, as well as the variety of colors. So dramatic and captivating.
Awesome image Aldwin, classification of the clouds was spot on! Well done!
Crazy picture, the curling clouds are so cool!
This is an awesome image and I love what you did with the post processing. Changed the whole image and really made it look more professional. This is my favorite image for the second clouds assignment in 2020