These images are of Patagonia Lenticular clouds that I took during a vacation we had.
At the entrance of the park, overlooking Lake Sarmiento I encountered them again, used also B&W film. Possibly they could be the same clouds seen from different zone, as they looked very similar.
Took this image some time later at Lake Grey with B&W film.
I used three different types of film for following images which are at the same location, although I expected more from the infrared film.
The infrared film registered mildly the far away trees, as seen in this photograph.
On the same place than the previous ones, I used B&W film for this last one.
Patagonia – Lenticular clouds (Altocumulus lenticularis in Latin) stationary clouds formed at the troposphere. Typically they are in perpendicular alignment to the wind direction. Their conformation is often comparable in appearance to a lens or saucer.