Smoke plume drifts from growing wildfire on a Colorado slope
Small forest fire smoke plume whipped by variable daytime winds
Grassfire smoke plume disperses rapidly due to a turbulent daytime boundary layer
Grass fire smoke plume becomes trapped in elevated inversion layer
Elevated smoke plumes from distant forest fires exhibit mountain wave motions
The looping smoke plume from a grass fire indicates an unstable planetary boundary layer (PG class A or B)
A smoke plume from a small industrial source trapped in an elevated inversion which exhibited gravity waves
Wildfire smoke plume on the Front Range is trapped within a mountain wave. Note the sinusoidal motion of the smoke as it is pushed towards the ground by the downslope winds.
Smoky Night. Smoke plumes from 2012 western wildfires were visible even at night as they passed over the lights of Rapid City.
Large smoke plume from factory
Smoke plume from forest fire
Smoke plume lofts from a forest fire in the foothills of the Front Range. The plume motion marks strong wind shear from southeasterly upslope at low levels to westerly above.
Plumes of smoke from fire mixing deep into lower atmosphere
Smoke plume from a controlled burn rises and then shifts direction due to wind shear
Grass fire smoke shows unstable atmosphere, plume disrupted by microburst
The sun is hidden by the dense plume of smoke from the 2012 High Park fire.
Smoke Plumes, Green Screen: Volume 2
Smoke Plumes, Green Screen: Vol 1
Steam smoke plume puthering from factory chimney
Animated Plumes of Angry Smoke: Looping
A large forest fires burns, clearly influenced by wind and weather. Wind shifts from a front redirect both flame and smoke. The plume height is limited by the cumulus.
Plumes of smoke in super slow motion rising
Desert Wildfire Spews Plumes of Smoke into the Sky
Plumes of smoke in super slow motion coming
Large plumes of smoke from a forest fire
Smoke plume from small wildfire hugs the ground as atmosphere stabilitizes
CONSTRUCTION DREDGING: Crane scoops from river bottom w/ smoke plume
Smoke stack with a thick smoke plume over blue sky
Plumes of white smoke in super slow motion rising
Night Fire. The Milky Way passes over a plume of smoke from a distant forest fire.
Huge plumes of smoke from a forest fire with control helicopter flying past
Huge plumes of smoke from a forest fire with control helicopter in the foreground
Smoke In The Clouds. A plume of forest forest smoke, which was lofted above a fire in Utah, is here seen wending its way through developing thunderstorms in eastern Colorado.
Cold front moving in from right picks up plume from wild fire smoke
A plume of smoke rises from a caldera.
Plume of Blue Smoke Slowly Moves the Smoke in a Purple Cloud Tank
orange plume smoke effect element slow motion
The summer 2012 wildfire season season sent vast plumes of smoke across the high plains. The moon shining through smoke (not cirrus clouds) turns a blood red
Forceful Plume of Smoke in a Purple Cloud Tank
Large flames and plumes of smoke from a forest fire