Explore the Memory Cloud Atlas to see views on the sky from around the world submitted on Cloud Appreciation Day 2022.

Memory Cloud Atlas

CREATED ON CLOUD APPRECIATION DAY, 2022

Cloud Appreciation Day, 2022 took place on Friday September 16th. This was an internationally recognized day on which people around the world were encouraged to spend a few moments appreciating the beauty of the sky. To mark the occasion, the Cloud Appreciation Society launched a Memory Cloud Atlas onto which cloudspotters around the world could upload photgraphs of their sky and record how it made them feel. The Memory Cloud Atlas serves as a snapshot on a single day of our collective views on the most dynamic, evocative and accessible part of nature: the sky. Explore the Atlas to see what everyone posted...

THE MEMORY CLOUD ATLAS

The Memory Cloud Atlas is a collaboration with artist Justin Wiggan that was launching on Cloud Appreciation Day and took contributions from anyone for that single day. The Memory Cloud Atlas has been funded with a Kickstarter campaign that reached its target within 8 hours thanks to the generous support of friends and members of the Cloud Appreciation Society.

RESOURCES FOR SCHOOLS

Our Cloud Appreciation Pack includes free lesson plans, resources and activities for schools and homeschools. We encouraged teachers to use the pack of resources to make Cloud Appreciation Day on Friday September 16th the focus of a week of lessons about the sky and clouds. The Atlas now serves as a resource to show young cloudspotters skies from right around the world.

Cirrus fibratus spotted over Sydney, Australia by Tom Olson
Altocumulus at sunrise spotted over Kingston, Kent, England by Sue Hodgkins (Member 10,290)
Cirrus intortus spotted over Lompoc, California, US by Jeanette Brown
Altocumulus lenticularis spotted over Helena valley, Montana, US by Jana Walker (Member 54,383)
Anvil crawler lightning spotted over Visakhapatnam, India by Ashok Kolluru
Mamma spotted over Boulder, Colorado, US by Kyoko Saegusa
Stratocumulus spotted over Toronto, Ontario, Canada by Kristen-Rose DiMartino (Member 47,377)
Cumulus and Stratocumulus spotted at sunset over Zhejiang Province, China by 玮 徐 (Member 50,559)