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.

Sunset in Sarasota

Videographer, Gregory Volkov sent in this video capturing the sunset after a storm in Sarasota Florida, 2018.

Sunrise and Moon

Massimilano Squadroni sent us his latest timelapse “Sunrise and Moon”.  It was filmed on 13th July 2022 at Osservatorio Capanna Regina Margherita, a mountain hut belonging to the Italian Alpine Club located on the summit of Punta Gnifetti of Monte Rose near the border between Italy and Switzerland.  He told us “The moon sets in […]

Cumulonimbus clouds spotted from ISS

Cumulonimbus storm clouds spotted over the Atlantic Ocean by astronauts aboard the ISS…

Meet pilot and landscape artist, James Lynch

We went to visit landscape artist James Lynch (Member 51,188) in his studio in Somerset, England to learn about the skies he includes in his paintings, and how they are informed by his passion as a paraglider pilot. You can see more work on James Lynch’s website.

Supercell over Vercelli, Italy

Massimiliano Squadroni, shared this timelapse of the formation of a supercell on Saturday 28 May, which affected the Vercelli area in north Italy with violent rain, hail and gusts of wind. The storm system is seen from the terrace of Capanna Gnifetti 3647, Monte Rosa, Italy

The Cloud House

Rebecca Marr (member 7,548) shared this video by the American socially engaged artist Matthew Mazotta, of his CLOUD HOUSE in Springfield, MO.

Rivers in the Sky

Gary Yost, member 56,542, has recently completed a new project about clouds in the Western USA.

TORNADOES of 2021 – The Storm Chasers

Melissa Robertson, member 41,195, sent us the link to this video by storm chaser, Pecos Hank, who also plays all the music, shoots, narrates, and edits.

ILL Winds by Keith Harder

Artist, Keith Harder sent us this video of his work inspired by a photo taken in Alberta, Canada. The painting is from a series of paintings entitled "ILL Winds" that depict towering cumulus at night.