Cirrus Clouds Above Woodinville, Washington
July 07, 2013
Photographer: Kevin Marcus; Kevin's Web site
Summary Authors: Kevin Marcus; Jim Foster
The photo above showing a band of eye-catching cirrus clouds hanging in a royal blue sky and framed by conifers was captured over Woodinville, Washington. These clouds actually extended from nearly horizon to horizon. Their gauzy look is a result of falling ice crystals sublimating in a region of drier air. Note that the top of this cloud layer actually appears closer to the horizon than does the bottom. Photo taken on June 4, 2013.
Photo details: Camera Maker: Apple; Camera Model: iPhone 4S; Focal Length: 4.28mm (35mm equivalent: 35mm); Digital Zoom: 1.214x; Aperture: f/2.4; Exposure Time: 0.0008 s (1/1255); ISO equiv: 50; Software: Adobe Photoshop CS5 Macintosh.