Altocumulus cloud type invading the sky

Altocumulus cloud type invading the sky are two photos I will show you. There is nothing exciting other than beautiful Altocumulus clouds scattered in the sky. Photos were taken in Denmark on April 21, 2011, early morning in Odense city at 6.57 am local time.

Altocumulus cloud type invading the sky

Some of the larger clouds in the photos here almost look like Cumulus clouds but Altocumulus seems to be the ruling weather system.

Altocumulus cloud type invading the sky (closeup)

Altocumulus are mid-level clouds that form between 6.000 to 20.000 feet. They usually form in groups and are around one kilometer thick. Altocumulus clouds are also known for the parallel cloud bands

Altocumulus cloud type invading the sky photo gallery

See the high-resolution cloud photos in below gallery.

Additional information

See the weather history for Denmark (Vojens-Skrydstrup Air Base) on April 21, 2011

Camera used: Sony A-100 DSLR with a standard 18-75mm zoom lens

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