Clouds are usually beneath notice as an ever-present element that makes up the world, except when they're signaling an oncoming storm or snowfall; in hotter climates, people take note of clouds usually when there are none.
Most people take snapshots of clouds during sunrise or sunset when the light hits them just the right way, giving them a unique look. They are rarely photographed for their shape unless they are indeed unique. Here at PTO we're sure that some of our readers will be surprised by the cloud formations you'll see in the following photographs. Enjoy!
Image credit: Jean-Michel Priaux
Credit: Vincent Fryhover
Credit: Brian Middleton
Credit: Dementievskiy Ivan