Monday, July 18, 2011

Cloud Gazing

It's the time of the year when we get beautiful thunderheads (Cumulonimbus) floating around. I never get tired of watching them and the uncountable number of shapes they can make. In the one on the left, up at the top right side of it, I see the head of a hedgehog, nose tilted up. The cloud on the right it a two headed dragon? The head of a dragon and a short, fat Loch Ness monster? A seal sitting with its head raised on an iceberg? I don't know. I do know that they have rain in them, but they're very parsimonious about sharing it!


  1. What beauty, serene and calming.
    Thank you for stopping by, I hope we can visit back and forth often.

  2. Sounds familiar -- beautiful, stingy clouds, carrying their full bellies to rain elsewhere.

  3. Jo, I hope so, too. I'm glad you liked the photo.

    Vicki, I often wonder where these clouds drop their rain, if they ever do, or if they just dissipate into mist somewhere over Arizona.


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