A photo of a cumulus mediocris taken in Indian Peaks from the Arapahoe Pass Trail.
The Skew-T diagram can be found below.
The edges of this cloud are very well defined and clear, and they look really fluffy and pure white in this image. A suggestion I would put forward would be to crop the blank rectangle of sky out of the of the top left corner.
I love the contrast you were able to get with the apparent fluffiness. The image was cropped very well as there is nothing there to distract the viewers from the focal point of the cloud.
I love the color contrast in this image, the dark spot in the middle of the cloud looks like almost the same color as the sky. It gives the image a really cool circular pattern where it goes from the blue of the sky to the ring of white cloud and then back to the dark circle in the middle.
I love how large the cloud looks with the cropping and it being contrasted against the pure blue background. The fluffy cloud in the bottom left makes the large one look so big and far away.
There is something very grand and vaguely inspiring about the perspective and brightness of the cloud. It almost looks like its rising.
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