Time lapse video shows how those spooky 'hat' clouds form on Mt. Rainier
The sometimes-eerie-looking "Hat" clouds -- officially known as lenticular clouds -- are no stranger to Mt. Rainier. But while to many it might just look like a cloud frozen in time, there is actually quite a bit of air movement involved in making the clouds.
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March 25 2015 I drove to Skagit Valley to photograph the sunrise from behind a tulip field.
Driving across I 205 bridge from Portland OR to Vancouver WA.
No great sunset but lots of different cloud formations on
Thursday. The clouds eventually enveloped the entire mountain view.