Lovely sun-kissed clouds bookending the day! Pinks and purples, golden, molten hues. The colors and formations are truly amazing. I seldom see Lenticularis in my area and had to pull off the road to properly celebrate their rare arrival. Late Afternoon Lennies PS: Loved your Arcus formation over Missouri River on the Gallery, Ruth. Hope […]
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Lenticularis over Ojai, California, US.
Lenticularis over Canyon View Mobile Home Park, United States
In Needs Shade I see – as Keelin does- an iridescent growling dog, Ruth. Great capture. And lovely 22 degrees halo and sundog. And yes, it is seeing us Keelin. Nice colorful halo and corona behind the contrasting trees. I love also your former lenticular touch of iridescence. Here is another dog – and not […]
Lenticularis over Los Alamos, New Mexico, US.
A lunar lenticularis over Davyhulme, Manchester, England.
Keelin, wonderful lenticulars and iridescence you captured. Just that splash of light makes it interesting. More Spooky Moon
A lenticular Lady lays across the peaks of The Gallop Mountain, Rupert, Vermont, US.
Lenticularis over Mount Adams, Washington, US,
A lenticularis over Mount Shasta, California, US.
Lenticularis over the Palouse in Eastern Washington, US.
Mother-of-pearl formations spotted over Iceland are the Cloud of the Month for February. Welcome to the high-altitude world of nacreous clouds…
Lenticularis at sunrise over La Herradura, Granada Province, Spain.
A pair of lenticular lips, as seen from Beacon Hill above Penrith, Cumbria, England.
A lenticular formation over Moab, Utah, US.
In Cloud of the Month for January, we’re beamed up by the flying saucer of the cloud world…
Sunrise lenticular clouds and anti-crepuscular rays over Longmont, Colorado, US.
Lenticularis in the moonlight over Sumirago, Varese, Italy.
Lenticularis over Stanpit Marsh, Mudeford, Christchurch, England.
Lenticularis at dusk over Sunriver, Oregon, US.
Lenticularis over Mona Vale, located on Sydney’s northern beaches, NSW, Australia.
Lenticularis over the Manzano Mountains near Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Sunset illuminated lenticularis over South Park, Colorado, US.
A lenticular pile-up over the South Georgia Islands in the Southern Atlantic.
I would not say so due to the fact that they just do not seem to be rounded enough to be lenticularis. I would say they are just a decently thick version of stratocumuls, some of whose shapes have turned into a lens shape. Thanks for sharing! –G
Lenticular waves and anti-crepuscular rays over Longmont, Colorado, US.
Lenticularis over Collioure, France.
Large lenticular formations over Steamboat Springs, Colorado, US.
Both great smooth lenticular clouds Ruth and Michael. Big Cloud
A distrail cuts through the lenticularis over Exeter, Devon, England.
Lenticularis over Hook Norton, Oxfordshire, England.
A UFO-like lenticularis over Fraser, Colorado, US.
Great iridescence and you captured it well in my opinion, Ramona. The lenticular shape is there indeed. It might be a borderline case but I’d give it the benefit of the doubt and say yes to lenticularis. One of the nice things about clouds is that they not always behave and look like we think […]
I love finding colors in the sky! As I was watching these clouds move past the sun and go through their delightful array of colors, they began to look lenticular-ish. I am not enough of an expert to know if they were sharp enough to fall into that classification or not, though? It was a […]
Lenticularis over La Colilla, Spain
Thank you hygge! That shot was one taken on a chance…a lot of things were less than opportune , but I took the chance that there was enough there for me to work with. Took me around 5 minutes to process the shot that you see. I ought to take more chances. Maybe its a […]
Lenticularis over Mono lake, on the east side of the Sierra Nevada range, California, US.
A pair of sleepy-eyed lenticularis over Mono lake, on the east side of the Sierra Nevada range, California, US.
Lenticularis over Littleton, Colorado, US.
Those long lashes look set for dream mode, Hans, where visions like the Michael’s lovely lenticular clouds may drift by and morph into, well, just about anything. Something Always Emerges