What Hubble Space Photos and Western Landscape Paintings Have in Common

Cloud enthusiast, Bill Whitcher, recently came across this article on the Atlas Obscura website which he felt is an excellent description of clouds through space and art. There are some wonderful comparisons between space photos and landscape paintings within the article including “Pillars of Creation,” which is “an astonishing image showing those massive plumes of gas in a region of the Eagle Nebula—the star-formation process was compared to the forces that shape the buttes of the American Southwest

The full article can be seen on the Atlas Obscura website

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