These photos of anticrepuscular rays — some with a jet contrail — were taken immediately after a brief period of rain in Nashville, TN on Friday, May 18, 2012. Resources: Anticrepuscular rays: Atmospheric optics Anticrepuscular rays – Wikipedia Crepuscular rays … Continue reading →
I took these Nashville sunset photographs as I walked across the Green Hills Mall parking lot on my home from a bit of Krogering. It had finished raining about an hour earlier, and the skies were spectacular. This was one … Continue reading →
The weather today has been absolutely glorious. (And so was the brunette park ranger who waved at us as we left. Who’s that girl?) [ As in other posts within our family of blogs, you can see different images of … Continue reading →
Beautiful clouds in Nashville, Tennessee This amateur cloud spotter recently noticed a unique, beautiful cloud with the appearance of a great big splash of water, as though a huge log had been tossed into a lake. The stringy, thin nature … Continue reading →
I am fairly sure that there’s a small patch of smooth, rounded mammatus clouds here. Whether or not I have correctly identified this cloud, it sure did make for some nice eye candy. Although these cloud photographs are not particularly … Continue reading →
These are dramatic, beautiful images of the western edge of the thunderhead — comprised of thick, billowing, cumulonimbus clouds — which drove a small but severe thunderstorm cell through Brentwood, TN in the late afternoon hours.
Today I took hundreds of interesting cloud photographs. I have arranged today’s fascinating Nashville weather photography into several sets of photographs, to be published here as soon as possible. These storm-cloud images (shown in the photo gallery below) represent Set … Continue reading →
Set 1 | Set 2 | Set 3 | Set 4 | Set 5 | Set 6 Set #3: Shots taken during drive to Green Hills – Nashville cloud photography (3/14/2012) The first few photographs in this set were taken … Continue reading →