Wave, surf, clouds, dawn with Taos Mountain, NM. The correct name of these fascinating cloud forms is Kelvin-Helmholtz clouds. Here’s the scoop from earthsky.org. Looks warm, doesn’t it? I won’t be getting up this early again for some time. At 9º this morning I think I’ll crawl into my bear den and come out in the spring. Thanks for looking. G
8 thoughts on “Wave, Surf, Clouds, Dawn, Taos Mountain, NM”
Good O Kevin is that a dragon exiting stage left have a snug day
A Welsh dragon while we’re on the subject. Thanks, Alison. G
Interesting and cool
Thank you, Jamie. I glad you like it. G
Those of us who lack cloud knowledge always appreciate the information you share on the various formations in your images. Really nice shapes and I particularly like the bit of detail separating the base of the mountains from the prairie and just the hint of snow at the mountain top in the distance. Nicely processed.
It came out nice and I’m glad you like it. The highlight separating the mountains from the mesa is probably a layer of wood fire smoke. Thanks, Ron, G
When I got the email I thought, wait – what? Surf in New Mexico? Thanks for another lovely photo. And the laugh.
I’m always happy to oblige with some humor along with the photos, intended or not. I’m glad you liked the photo and got a laugh. Thanks, Lin. G