Clouds Second // Tristan Martinez

Clouds Second // Tristan Martinez

This is a photo of clouds over Boulder, Colorado at 7:27 AM. The above image is edited while the lower is the original. The primary cloud type seen here is altocumulus lenticularis.

According to the Skew-T diagram below, the atmosphere was entirely stable.

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  • Kendall Shepherd
    Dec 5, 2022 12:45

    I like the diagonal that the cloud goes across. I also like the little tiny cloud on the left, it adds size perspective.

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  • Isaac Martinez
    Dec 5, 2022 12:43

    It looks like the sky is splitting across the diagonal in the image. The contrast of colors is very visually appealing. I also like the little cloud for scale

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  • John Whiteman
    Dec 5, 2022 12:42

    Love a strong diagonal, and the massive cloud layer is a nice almost overwhelming presence that makes for a really cool picture, i also really like the range of colors present with the lighter cloud on the left, and the rocks, and the gradient blue in the sky.

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  • Anders Hamburgen
    Dec 5, 2022 12:42

    Love this picture. I usually don’t like the weather when we get clouds like this, haha.

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  • Alex Kelling
    Dec 5, 2022 12:42

    I like the menacing look that this overcoming dark cloud makes. The little lighter puff cloud in the original is a friendly baby.

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  • Will Dietz
    Dec 5, 2022 12:42

    I really like the way the edge of the cloud spans the diagonal of the image. It’s very spatially resolved

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  • Ryan Wells
    Dec 5, 2022 12:42

    I really enjoy this picture for how sudden the cloud boundary is. The dark grey contrasts really well with the sky blue, as well as the brighter grey towards the left.

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  • William M Watkins
    Dec 5, 2022 12:41

    I love how dark the clouds are, with a hint of the color of the sun. I think it’s a great contrast of shades.

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  • Nathan Gallagher
    Nov 30, 2022 17:11

    I love how clear you managed to get the boundary

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