They’re really not clouds but contrails and are such fun to see! If you look close you’ll spot the airplane flying below … another contrail in the making. It’ll be up to the wind and temp to determine what shape it takes.
Amazing diversity in just the span of an hour! Wannabe Lenticularis, Iridescence and assorted Cirrus and Cumulus all on display and free viewing. Keep looking up!
I love the magic that happens when the elements of air, earth and water reflect each other’s beauty. Simplistic joy at its finest.
Nothing more magical than watching cloud patterns unfold … like these Castellanus plumes.
I never met a cloud I didn’t want to spend more time with. Fascinating creatures. Window seat FL to OR.
A six hour flight of non-stop sky delight! Alaska airlines Orlando to PDX.
36k feet and heading towards dawn!
It’s easy to see why the immenseness of the sky has been an inspiration for artists and poets, inventors and explorers since the first human looked up. (Evening sky in Seattle.)
This gorgeous vista greeted me in a Portland parking lot! A most appreciated gift. Crepuscular rays against Altocumulus … a divine quality that truly lifts the spirits.
Leave it to big puffy cumulus clouds to add cheer to a scene. These were floating over the Rainbow Bridge and the Swinomish Channel in La Conner, WA.
They come like waves of ribbons across the sky. Rows of wings. Shape-shifting in flight. Forming first circles then lines then arches. A mesmerizing choreography only they can do. Instinctive. Fleeting. Inspiring.
80,00 acres of color, contrast, texture, drama and harmony. A bountiful land indeed.