Nowadays people haven’t enough free time to spend a few minutes with nature. They even haven’t any time to go on a trip with their family members. So most people used to see images that show the beauty of nature. Because of the photographers’ great ability, busy people can see a variety of types of photo collections that make them glad.
If you are a nature lover, you would like to know about this Siberian Peak. You can see many stunning cloud scenes at the top of this towering mountain. Svetlana Kazina is a local photographer who was lucky enough to capture the natural rare images of clouds on her camera. She said that the colorful clouds in her photographs were very thin so it looks like lace. They also liken to soap bubbles with their different hues. She took those pictures of the shinning sky over the Belukha mountain in Siberia’s tallest top.
It is very unusual to see clouds in various colors. There is a scientific fact to explain this condition which is isisation. It is a natural occurrence that is optical and takes place in clouds. This beautiful work of nature usually created near the moon or sun. If there are small water droplets or ice crystals in the cloud their cumulative effect is as colors. Every one of us loves colorful soap bubbles, right? These clouds are just like the larger version of them.
Sometimes you can see clouds that look like a rainbow. That view is very rare so a little number of people are lucky enough to capture the photographs of those clouds. It has a scientific explanation, too. There are so many water droplets on the air. It causes those different colors in the rainbow-cloud.
If you take a visit to the Mountains of Altai in southern Siberia, you’ll see the stunning scenery of clouds that explained above. That’s why everyone knew it as an impressive place to pull out travelers’ tension. Those elegant clouds look like jellyfish. You’ll never see any mountain as awesome as Altai. If you want to take a break and get relax from this busy life, go on sightseeing on this wonderful mountain.