Undulatus_CathyPrice2This is simply amazing! I love when the influence of land formations is reflected in the sky. You can see the bulge over the mountain tops and dip over the gorge. Even better since a professional photographer was there to capture this scene. Cathy is a nature photographer and was doing a trek for peak fall foliage through North Carolina that was changed by the weather. She goes by Andersen on the photos, but Price online. The adjusted route brought her to look high above the Linville Gorge and the proper conditions pushed winds over ridges of Table Rock, causing these waves at the base of the cloud deck. The clouds you see are Undulatus Asperatus, also known as Apseritas. Everything happens for a reason, right? These two pictures of the event have me hooked! I am a fan, now following, and I encourage you to support her work as well. Especially he trip. I have a special place in my heart for others that do an extensive trek like mine, for any reason. Check out her media links below as well as a few other posts I’ve made of similar clouds.




More Cool Cloud Posts:

Awesome Wave Cloud Video

Time Lapse Cloud Videos

Tsunami Wave Clouds

Hole Punch also known as a Fall Streak that was seen over Maryland on December 4th, 2014.


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Steam Fog Video: Lake Marburg at Codorus State Park

14 Fantastic Fog Photos From March 10

10 More Fog Photos From March 11


Check out Cathy’s social media pages:
Facebook: www.facebook.com/CathyAndersonPhoto
Website: http://cathyanderson.zenfolio.com/
Instagram: http://instagram.com/cathyandersonphoto
Twitter: http://twitter.com/cathyanderson27 (@cathyanderson27)
Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/ph…/125802685@N03(cathyandersonphoto)
500px: http://500px.com/CathyAnderson
Google+: https://plus.google.com/112754818319166208261/posts


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