14 August 2011 from about 15:00 to 16:30 upward looking wideangle view.
15 May 2010 from about 13:00 to 17:30 upward looking wideangle view.
04 June 2010 from about 16:00 to 18:30 upward looking wideangle view.
14 June 2010 from about 15:00 to 19:00 upward looking wideangle view.
Here is a 22° Solar Halo with a contrail blown across by strong westerly winds aloft. There are only a few frames and it was hand held and hand timed (7.2 MB).
Convection over the Saanich Peninsula and Saltspring Island (looking north from Mt. Douglas), 2007/04/20. This movie spans one hour from 11:30 to 12:30. Photographs were taken every 20 seconds. Quicktime Small 0.5 MB, Medium 1.5 MB, Large 3.1 MB, Full-Size 55 MB
Convection over the Saanich Peninsula (looking west from Mt. Douglas), 2007/04/20. This movie spans one hour from 12:30 to 13:30. Photographs were taken every 20 seconds. Quicktime Small 0.4 MB, Medium 1.3 MB, Large 2.7 MB, Full-Size 38 MB.
Temperatures observed on the UVic School-Based Weather Station Network on 2007/02/15. There is one frame for each minute of the day. Quicktime 5.5 MB.
More movies of the observed patterns on the network may be found at the movie page.
Some movies of cloud patterns over Mount Douglas in Victoria, British Columbia
Quicktime movies can be played with the Quicktime software (from Apple.com) on a PC running Microsoft Windows or Apple OS X. On a computer using the GNU/Linux operating system a player called MPlayer can show the movies. There are probably other programs that can do this as well.
Windows Media files are also playable on computers using Microsoft Windows or Apple OS X. I am not so sure about what to do with them in the GNU/Linux environment.