Nature Crafts and Activities for Kids You Will Want To Do RIGHT Now
Here's a great way to teach about cloud identification and classification! Weather Window cloud identification and weather prediction activity kit
Great photo of a Fire Rainbow. It forms when the sun is high, light passes through cirrus clouds with high ice crystal content forming the rainbow.
Cloud Art or Nature's Cloud Symphonies: this multi-coloured cloud phenomenon is called Sundog: rainbow cloud when ice crystals appear in clouds & refract sun's rays. Photographer Robert Arn, here in Heyworth, Illinois, US
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Adorable Mini Cloud Embroidery - 37 DIY Cloud Projects for Rainy Days .
Noctilucent clouds are crystals of ice hanging around 50 miles high in the atmosphere that catch the light of the sun long after it has set on the horizon. Photograph: Science Photo Library/Rex Features - if this is real then it's amazing!
Amazing high pressure cloud lit from the sun, and glowing down on the ocean! Photo cred Cameron Brooks //So very pretty EL//
Fire rainbows are the rarest of all naturally occurring atmospheric phenomena. For a fire rainbow to occur, cirrus clouds must be feet in the air with the precise amount of ice crystals, and the sun must hit the clouds at 58 degrees. (a/k/a Sun Doggies)
Burning bright: The spectacular 'fire rainbow' that bathed the Scottish sky in a palette of stunning colours
Fire rainbow, Scotland - A circumhorizontal arc is an optical phenomenon - an ice-halo formed by plate-shaped ice crystals in high level cirrus clouds!
awesome sunset through storm clouds - sky inspiration
imalikshake: “ imalikshake: Sunset Lenticularity By David Cartier “ “The area between Kluane Lake and Haines Junction, Yukon, skirting the great cordillera of the Wrangell / St. range, is commonly productive of these stacked lenticular.
Weird Cloud Atlas: a collection of spectacular cloud formations
Noctilucent clouds are crystals of ice hanging around 80 kilometres high in the atmosphere that catch the light of the sun long after it has set on the horizon. Natural nacreous clouds occur at altitudes of kilometres. The cloud in this image was for
Under the Sun Somewhere by Phil Koch. Lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
"Smeared skies, Lake Ontario, Canada" It’s one of a series by photographer Matt Molloy. His “timestack” technique uses timelapse video footage to create a single still where the clouds look like brushstrokes.