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Amazing Cloud Formations

Thursday, Aug 20, 2020, 7:07 pm

1.Cloud city

This isn't just a cloud formation it's an entire cloud city! This is the kind of picture that brings out your inner child. When you look at this don't you just want to live in the clouds? I know I would like to take a plane and just get close to this thing just to see if it's as fluffy as it looks.

This formation is cool because it's high and it's over a city. Most majestic and cool cloud formations are usually seen in nature landscaped this one is taken over a cityscape. You can also see just how high in the sky the cloud extends due to the fact that it dwarfs the building in the background.


This is another great twilight cloud formation. This is a strip of clouds that are formed into one. It looks like a highway road of clouds. What makes this formation even cooler is the reflection that it is making off of the water. It's double the pleasure and doubles the fun with this one.

4.Interesting but unknown

I can't really put my finger on what this cloud formation looks like. I guess it sort of looks like a spaceship. It can even look like a tornado if you look at it just right. Whatever it is I know one thing. It looks cool. I guess its abstract right? You be the judge.


Some of the best cloud formation pictures are taken from small planes. The reason for this is the fact that the smaller planes can just get in and sometimes right on top of the formations. This photo is no exception. This small plane was able to get this great shot of a couple of tunnel shaped clouds. I don't know what causes clouds to make this shape but I do know they are awesome.

6.Cloud Fingers

This cloud formation can look like a bunch of different things. It could look like little 'Stay Puft Marshmallow men' from 'Ghostbusters'. It can also looks like mini Michelin tire men. This is what I see when I take a look at this formation. Fingers. That's right fingers. Take a look at the picture and tell me you don't see little could fingers coming towards you.

7.Ice cream in the sky

This is one of my favorite cloud formations. The reason for this may seem strange but I'm going to share it with you anyway. You know that sharing is caring after all. This cloud formation looks likes rolling hills of ice cream to me. It looks like an orange cream sort of flavor due to the orange sunlight reflecting off of it. Pleas don't judge me.


8.Layer upon layers

There something about clouds and mountains coinciding. They compliment each other. Seeing an amazing clouds and mountains is just majestic. This cloud mountain is no exception. Just look at the layers that are staked up above that mountain. This formation is cool because it looks like the mountain and cloud are actually one entity.


Is it me or does this cloud formation look like an alligator? No? Yes? Maybe it's just me but that's what I see when I see this formation. Now that I look at I can defiantly say that it looks like a giant tidal wave also. Cloud formation interpretation is not an exact science so I going to stick with my alligator analysis.


10.Twilight Delight

I'm not sure if it's just me but I think the coolest cloud formations appear during twilight, and no I am not talking about the movie which is awesome by the way..I actually never seen it, but I digress. What was I saying again? Oh yea, this formation is beautiful! Just look at the swirls and how the sunlight just bounces off them. Spectacular!

11.Beam me up Scotty

This cloud formation is cool for a number of reasons. For starters it forms a circle and you usually don't see clouds break up in that kind of formation. Another reason why this formation is awesome is because it looks like its beaming someone or something up into the sky. This would intrigue many star wars fans.


12.Mushroom Cloud

This cloud formation is outstanding in a kind of creepy way. The one thing that comes to mind when I look at this formation is the mushroom clouds from Hiroshima and Nagasaki during World War II. Just to show you the magnitude of this formation look at how the cloud dwarfs the mountains underneath it.


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