Clouds Photography or Portraying Metamorphosis

Describing clouds using verbal means only could become a challenging assignment even for a skillful literary expert. The coloring of clouds may vary from almost transparent white to deep red, and their shapes are just next to impossible to describe because of constant motion and changing. That is why we are offering here the visual portraits of clouds, made by the most skillful photographers around the globe. Here you will find the pictures of calm and peaceful clouds, flowing above the grasslands and forests, as well as the vividly-colored clouds during the sunset at sea, and even terrifying clouds before the storm or tornado. All are here for you to enjoy.

Abstracting away from the scientific explanation of the clouds as the atmospheric phenomenon, one can easily discover that clouds offer especially valuable opportunities for people to test and train their imagination and artistic feel. It will hardly be an exaggeration if we say that everyone at least once in his life watched the clouds, trying to catch and guess the resemblances between clouds and particular objects from real life, such as animals, trees, buildings, or even people. Today we are offering all our visitors an opportunity to see the portraits of the clouds – all of them are unique, exciting, and inspiring as well. We bet after this gallery you’ll rush to the window to check what types of clouds are there at your location now.

Cloudfall by Dmitriy Agafonnikov

clouds_4 by Engin Hacıbıyıkoğlu

Cloudy by Francisco Javier Ruiz García

Red cloud by Karolina Wójcicka

Cloud over Chita by Leonid Kazarin

Lonely cloud by Enrico B

White cloud by Tomas Morkes

Rage Clouds Sea by Simone Ciliberti

Sugar clouds by Sergey Shaklein

Snowfall by Bochkarev

Travels by Carsten Witte

Sea of Clouds by Jakob Wagner

Dolomites mountains 2008 by Vladimir Donkov

Cloud Collection by Rüdiger Nehmzow

Pico Ruivo by Jakob Wagner

Photography01 by Houston Hanna

Dark vs. Clear Landscapes by Jonne Seijdel

Shining by Mikhail Kristev

Place Vehicle Into Drive & Proceed Slowly Into Wash Bay by Sean McCormick

Fallstreak by Vicki

… always somewhere by Vernon Trent

Clouds on fire by Eben

Storm Chase by Doug Roane

Anchored by Karsten Wrobel

Atomic Cloud by Hendrik Tio

Cloud and ship by Yevgen Timashov

Mammatus Clouds and Barn, Palouse by Chip Phillips

Clouds by Larry

Clouds by Bente Forfang

Just Some Amazing Clouds by Ken Foto

Freedom must be infinite above the clouds by Edgar Moskopp

In the deep end ;) by Kane Gledhill

Through the Gate by Kane Gledhill

False alarm / Falsa alarma by Claudio Alejandro Mufarrege

Un dia especial by David Pons

Clouds & Sky by CubaGallery

Cloud Power ! by Robert Lurie

Sunset Sky Loma Del Gato With ! Lenticular Cloud (Altocumulus lenticularis) by Egon Philipp

Fire Sunset to Saint-Raphael, Var ~ France ~ by Yannick Lefevre

Dunes by Philipp Klinger

Touchdown, Part II by Philipp Klinger

Outer Space Impact by Pierre Devlin

Clouds by Steven Yang

Cape Don Clouds by Peter Coulson

Clouds by alfaowl

Clouds 4 by Osvaldo Cipriano

Mammatus Clouds by coulombic

The Texture of Clouds by Chris Chamberlain

Clouds Racing by Badi Al Badi

Clouds by Alyssa Brianne

Clouds Over Hurricane Ridge by Jared Chang

Rolling clouds by Ondrikos

Clouds in Fire by grosos

Clouds by manono


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With 30 years of life experience behind my shoulders, today I find myself focused mainly around two core values: my family (I am a happy husband and a proud father) and IT in its broadest meaning, including but not limited to hardware and software techniques and innovations. My special interest and true passion is photography. Here I am ready to put my signature under each word, once said by Dorothea Lange: “The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” Being a part of Cruzine team, I enjoy instant process of learning as well as sharing my own experience in photography and IT with the readers of this digital magazine.