Photos of Clouds and Skies (That you took yourself)

SR1419

Senior Member
Not sure if these are crepuscular rays or just shadows...or even what the difference is...but still pretty cool nonetheless.

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Leifer

Senior Member
Possible "hole cloud" noticed over San Francisco bay. (cell shot, 10/2019)
(fallstreak hole)
This hole would be over the (ocean) bay area, and if conditions are right..........
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derwoodii

Senior Member
this week evening over Tyabb the long shadows and contrast was lost in my little phone but it reminded me of tune by Shriekback All Lined Up




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Trailblazer

Moderator
Staff member
Pretty patterns yesterday evening. The dots across the top left corner are the remnants of another contrail that had split into vortex rings.

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They drifted off pretty quickly, this is five minutes later:

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JMartJr

New Member
Not hugely dramatic, but a nice example of low level clouds at sunset already shaded by the Earth,, while higher clouds are still in the sunlight.

Plus gives me a chance to see if, as a new member, I can post a picture correctly.

EDIT to clarify pic is at sunset.
 

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JMartJr

New Member
While looking for the one time I got pics of anticrepuscular rays, I found a couple of other good pics that are on topic -- what I am thinking are mammatus clouds, and what seems to be a shadow cast by some out-of-sight cloud across the rest of the cloudscape at sunset. And then I found the rays, too. And that's it for me.
 

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Mick West

Administrator
Staff member
A nice example of a "dark line" contrails and distrails. This is the first contrail pic with my new camera - a Canon A6400, which has quite a nice dynamic range in the raw images. Boosted.

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