2004 Gallery - Clouds 2
Contrails involve jet engine exhaust drawn into trailing wing tip vortices. The long vortices then pinch off into loops and break down.
Cumulonimbus over Tokyo, viewed from 30,000 feet. 11/6/2004.
Cumulonimbus over southwest Colorado, plus cirrus, possibly cumuliform.
Cumulus clouds over the SF Bay area, 11/04. Slide film was cross-processed with C-41.
Contrail over Boulder,CO, 11/15/04.
Cumulus clouds, looking north from Pikes Peak.
Mountain wave clouds over Flagstaff Mtn, Boulder CO, 6pm, 10/14/04.
Mountain wave, or altolenticulus undulatus dissipating to individual altocumulus clouds. Boulder CO, 6:30pm, 10/14/04.
Dissipating lenticular wave clouds, Boulder CO, 6:30pm, 10/14/04.
Altocumulus stratiformis undulatus. 6pm, 11/6/04, Superior, CO.
Altocumulus stratiformus in the form of a cellular clump. It is a midlevel cloud consisting of thin flat layers broken up into distinct elements. 11/5/04, Boulder CO.
Cumulus over the Indian Peaks, CO, 7/4/04.
Cumulus, sunset, 10/14/04, from NCAR in Boulder, CO.
Stratocumulus, 8/30/05, 8:40 pm, Boulder, CO
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