It is said that around 50km above the surface of Venus is the most earth like environment on the whole solar system (source here),
At an altitude of 50 kilometres (31 mi) above Venerian surface, the environment is the most Earth-like in the Solar System – a pressure of approximately 1000 hPa and temperatures in the 0 to 50 °C (273 to 323 K; 32 to 122 °F) range. Protection against cosmic radiation would be provided by the atmosphere above, with shielding mass equivalent to Earth's.
Therefore it is possible to build floating aerostat cities on the venusian cloud tops. Given sufficient time and technology humanity would be no doubt colonizing the venusian atmosphere in floating cities.
But only one problem remains, I can't find any good explanation or description of scientifically accurate depiction of how the sky looks like from a floating platform on Venus, 50 km from the surface.
And from HAVOC,
Both depicting different coloration of sky and clouds of Venus.
The first shows orange-ish nuance of color (I think) and the second proposes Earth like coloration of sky and clouds.
While both looks beautiful enough, I am wondering on accurate depiction of sky and clouds coloration on Venus.
Therefore the question would be: What is the accurate depiction of how sky and clouds coloration 50-60 kilometers above venusian ground would be like as seen from a floating aerostat platform?
Someone has asked a similar questions here, but I have to make it clear that while the question is about the same general subject (venusian aerostat), I am asking about the accurate coloration of Venusian atmosphere 50-60km from surface, not about whether or not it is feasible.