stratocumulus perludicus to cirrus uncinus, there are all
sorts of types of Clouds in the sky. There are high
clouds, middle clouds, and low clouds that develop based on
the number of feet above ground. Above, the 2013
Clouds calendar also use landscapes in the foreground to
capture unbelievable images. There are many variations
of cirrus and cumulus clouds. These include
Altocumulus, Contrail, Pileus, Cirrostratus, Stratus,
Cumulus humilis, Nimbostratus, and Altostratus undulatus.
Many of these formations are seen in the Clouds 2013
calendar. In fact, you get seventeen months of photos,
text descriptions, and more.