The distinctive herringbone pattern of Cirrocumulus stratiformis, high altitude cloud formation of ice crystals and supercooled water droplets, seen over Leigh Creek.
Dramatic Mamma clouds forming over Lyndhurst Ochre Pit.
Crepuscular rays caused by sparse clouds at sunset.
Winter morning mists in the Flinders Ranges.
Also known as a sun dog, this parhelion is a halo phenomenon resulting from refracted sunlight by ice crystals of high clouds when the sun is low on the horizon.
Altocumulus stratiformis clouds forming parallel bands.
Mamma clouds over Copley.