A selection of videos from my adventures. All captured with video function within Olympus cameras or sports cam (Go Pro type). There is no better way of seeing how the atmosphere works through all of its layers than by studying time lapse of the sky in motion. Try to imagine the air above us as a piece of cake with many layers. Each layer represents wind moving, at different heights and at different speeds. This is called wind shear. Very difficult to see at any single moment in time, however by capturing many hours worth stills with a good quality digital camera, adding them together in sequence then you have a period of time lapse which shows the full spectacle.

Time lapse is an excellent way of viewing clouds in motion and you can see things that are unseen in real time. The wind shear (clouds moving at different speeds and direction with height) is a method used by balloon pilots to turn.