If you are a nature lover, you will definitely like the rare view of this mountain in Siberia.

Local photographer, Svetlana Cassina is one of the lucky photographers in the rare natural event camera.

“The clouds in my photos are so thin that they look like lace,” says Svetlana.

Svetlana, who lives in the Altai Mountains, took these breathtaking pictures of the sky glowing on Siberia’s highest peak (4,506 meters / 14,783 feet) on Mount Polka.

Cloud iridescence or irrigation is a colorful optical phenomenon that occurs in a cloud and appears in the general proximity of the sun or moon. The colors resemble those found in soap bubbles and oil on the water surface. It is a type of photometer.

You can always see a rainbow-like cloud. They are very rare, but people will find them, and sometimes they are lucky enough to catch their photos. They are caused by the presence of very small ice crystals or droplets of water in the air, which diffuse (diffuse) light.

I painted this beauty on Siberia’s highest peak Beluga early in the morning, said Svetlana.

At this altitude, the wind was so strong that every moment the cloud became a lace.

Altai was created during major orogenic (mountain-building) developments that occurred 500 to 300 million years ago and was worn on a peneplane (a generally underestimated plateau with peaks of the coherent summit) during the geological period.

The mountain range is majestic, but the sights of Siberia, Switzerland, as it is affectionately called, are nowhere else in the world.

These subtle clouds look like delicate jellyfish floating through the sky of diamonds. I can only imagine how it felt to see these incredible works of natural art in my own eyes and eyes. The photos are amazing but imagine seeing it for yourself.

Have you ever seen a rainbow cloud like this? Let us know about this!

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