Cloudspotter and videographer, Jim Taulman sent us this and other short videos of Clouds over Cibola National Forest, NM.
Category: Cloud Videos
Clouds never stay still. They’re in a state of perpetual transition, mutating from one form to another. This ephemeral, ever-changing quality is part of their beauty. If you have time-lapse video of clouds for this page, upload it to a video hosting site like Vimeo or YouTube and send us a link.
Salil Kawli, member 56,573, sent us this time-lapse video of cirrus clouds over Mumbai, India, that he shot on 24th August 2021.
Gary Yost sent us this video. His description he writes “That’s the Gardner Fire Lookout shadow in the halo. I was shooting this from the north catwalk of the Lookout on East Peak, which explains why the center of the Glory is where I was standing”.
Cloud enthusiast Gary Yost, sent us this video of the San Francisco Bay Area. His description of it explains that the Bay Area is famous for its dense fog, and when you’re in it the fog is cold and grey. But there’s another side to the fog and the only way to see what happens when it fully comes in and blankets the SF Bay Area at night is to be above it.
Massimiliano Squadroni has sent us this new timelapse taken duringJune / July 2021, from Castelluccio di Norcia, Monti Sibillini National Park, Italy.
Sara Blumenstein, supporting member 24,936, recently alerted us to a Fog Art installation at the Louisiana Children’s Museum. The installation was designed by artist, Fujiko Nakaya, a Japanese artist and member of Experiments in Art and Technology who is best known for her fog sculptures
Salil Kawli is a photographer based in Mumbai. In 2017 he captured these clouds from above and below on a flight to Paris.
Suzanne Fenton, member 43,602, was walking her English Bulldog, Coco, and noticed that different cloud layers were moving at different speeds. It had been very stormy so there had been a lot of varied cloud formations and action lately!
Massimiliano Squadroni of Scenari Digitali srl, sent us this timelapse filmed in May 2021. The video was made through their webcam location in the Castelluccio di Norcia, Monti Sibillini National Park
George Preoteasa, member 41,445, has recently started to experiment with IR photography and sent us this video.
David Oscarson, supporting member 40,914, recently completed a video of clouds above the Mojave Desert.
David Luff recently contacted us about his video. The Giants Above is a video hecreated to showcase the beauty of clouds. It transitions from night to day, and is accompanied by an array of ambient and cinematic music.
James Cooper, member 55,001, sent us this video of the Morning Glory Cloud which forms over the Gulf of Carpentaria in Northern Australia every year during the months of September and October.
George Preoteasa, member 41,445, sent us this timelapse taken in the Catskills. It shows nicely how the zodiacal light forms and then fades away. Society founder, Gavin Pretor-Pinney, tells us that as it’s so subtle, this is very hard to spot and photograph.
Daniel Thomas, member 55,137, sent us this timelapse video taken in May 2017 in Ste-Mélanie and Ste-Béatrix, Quebec
Tom Maloney lives in an area of Colorado known as the Wet Mountain Valley. From his front deck, he can see a sweeping panorama of the Sangre de Cristo mountain range. And of course, the sky above it. He recorded this time lapse video in May last year.
Gregory Venarsky, member 48,157, sent us this relaxing timelapse of Spring clouds over his old him, Kennewick, Washington, USA.
Often thought of as the enemies of aurora watchers, clouds can in fact add beauty to a sky of Northern Lights as this video by Olivier Staiger shows…
This timelapse video was sent in by Massimiliano Squadroni, and was filmed in the Sibillini Mountains National Park (central Italy) in December 2020
Marilyn Boyd (Member 45,180) got in touch to tell us about about the latest video from Colorado Springs based storm, sky and nature photographer, Rob Hoff…
Matthew Durrant, member 51,720, filmed this timelapse whilst cloudspotting on Harris in the outer Hebrides.
Sohil Pothiawala sent us this time-lapse videos of dark clouds over central Singapore filmed at 1700hrs on 2nd November 2020
This timelapse filmed by James Chambers on October 25 2020, shows the development of an arcus cloud over Rosevale, which is south-west of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. An arcus, which is also known as a shelf cloud, is like the front base of a Cumulonimbus storm cloud. Read more about our November Cloud of The Month.
Massimiliano Squadroni has sent the latest timelapse from the Scenari Digitali srl webcam which is located at the Three Peaks South Tyrol – Italy, Monte Rosa. It shows the autumn changes including the clouds, fog rain ands snow.
A beautiful time-lapse of the northern lights captured and shared by Olivier Staiger. The clouds seem to swim out into a glittering green sea.
Massimiliano Squadroni of Scenari Digitali srl, shared this timelapse video which was made through their webcam at Three Peaks South Tyrol – Italy.
George Preoteasa, member 41,445, tells us that this summer he has been obsessed with capturing the Milky Way as it moves across the sky above the Catskills.
Tim Blofeld, member 45,721, sent us the link to this video by Bartosz Wojczyński of a lenticular cloud above Teide taken seamlessly from day to night.
Jeremy Prentice produced this immersive sky meditation as a gift to his friends and family. He told said “A lil’ present for my kinfolk, friends, and friends-to-be in ole Melbourne town (or anyone and everyone for whom it offers value)
Lance Wardle heard about the Cloud Appreciation Society from a friend while they were discussing how they had used their time during the ‘stay at home’ period earlier this year.
Cloud enthusiast, Alexandra Ashby sent us her first video of clouds over the east coast. As one viewer commented “such dreamy clouds”
David Oscarson, supporting member 40,914, recently completed this video. He explained “in this video are time-lapse videos of clouds moving over the Mojave Desert, flora, fauna (wild horses) and cloud panoramas. I have expanded not only on cloud structures,but what is under the clouds and sky”.
Andy Sallee, Society member 37,600, sent us this video taken whilst flying over and ‘surfing’ through clouds above the Northwestern Continental USA
Barry Aldous, member 43125, sent his recent timelapse video. He told us “I was attracted by the combination of cloud patterns and the confusing direction of travel!”
Rob Thompson (Society Member 28), sent us this documentary and told us “this is a special extended version of the Baddog Productions’ documentary “Secrets of a Strange Cloud” which we have put together for the Cloud Appreciation Society”
Keen cloudspotter, Roberto Porto, sent us his latest timelaspe video “el cielo afortunado”, the lucky sky, made completely in the island of Tenerife, Spain.