Clouds are fascinating. People often look at the sky in wonder and sometime in fright. Fortunately, clouds are often just passing by and have no rain, lightning, thunder, or tornadoes to offer. They just float by creating imaginary popcorn, dragons, angels, or anything the observer can associate with the ever-shifting shapes.
Reverse sunsets are common in the southwest United States, this is where the sunset is reflected in the clouds towards the eastern horizon. Here is a “popcorn” sky reflecting a sunset. Look forward to this art being available for purchase in the near future.
In Florida (USA), there are often skies of various shades of blue caused by thin clouds allowing some of the blue sky above them to peek through at different levels and sometimes reflections off the lower clouds tint the thinner higher clouds creating a multilayer effect. Look forward to this art being available for purchase in the near future.
Cumulus clouds rolling into the Phoenix valley (USA) are a welcome sight in late July because they usually mean rain and a brief respite from the soaring temperatures that have been around for several weeks by then. Look forward to this art being available for purchase in the near future.