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.
The delicate process of fog collection is as beautiful as you might imagine. It's also a sustainable way of harvesting water in drought-stricken areas of the country. Explore the process with Dr. Daniel Fernandez (member member 45,058) of Cal State University, Monterey Bay.
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 […]
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