Cumulus humilis, other than cumulus congestus, develop much lower in the atmosphere, at about 1000 m. They are also called fair weather cumulus because when they appear in clear sky they are signal of good and stable weather. They don't have a vertical development. Many photos have been taken from the airplane window flying over the clouds. They are scattered in the sky like cotton flocks.
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