Friday, September 17, 2010

Sky Watch- What do you see?

I love these types of skies. It reminds me of the days we laid on the ground looking for things in the clouds as they floated by.

This is the skies of Pennsylvania ....
A perfect day for cloud dreaming.

{Be sure to enlarge them for a closer view}
So What do you see in them?

1. Oh is that Puff the Magic Dragons' head?

2. Okay this one is having a fun time on cloud nine.
What do you see here?

3. Now these seem to have trapped critters in them!
Do you see them?

Thanks for playing along.

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  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog! I love finding pictures in clouds!! That first shot is a GORGEOUS one!! Love the composition of it, and the sky is so blue against the red fence.

  2. Thanks for stopping by...oh yes, these clouds are wonderful. Looks like a perfect day to me.

  3. Lovely cloud pictures, and I still try to find interesting things in the clouds. In the first picture with the red fence, I see a dog looking over a white picket fence seeing whats on the other side. ; )

  4. I see a chick on the last photo. Amazing how clouds formed so quick. Great shots!
    Scaly sky

  5. Gorgeous, Auntie!! Thanks so much for visitng sunny, hot Tampa, Florida. Pennsylvania never looked better.

  6. In the first one, the one with the red fence, I see a whale's tale but no whale.

    I see Puff the Magic Dragon's head, but it is blue, with clouds around it.

    I see a dog's face in the bottom righthand corner of the third one, which you've numbered 2, and the dog is trying to figure out what those clouds are doing piled n top of one another.

    The trapped critters -- a small, surprised bird. Then a snail. Then a tiny black (okay, blue) -faced sheep, which must be lying down, because I don't see its legs. The big cloud facing right is a puffer fish blowing off steam. Behind it is the face of a gray duck in a white cloud, and below that a round cloud with a blue heart in it.

    Alberta, Canada

  7. These are great cloud pictures.
    Thanks for visiting my site.

  8. I see a lot of clouds, not creative in clouds unfortunately. But I can't wait to find out. I gave it a few tries, and here it goes, don't laugh- oh go ahead- it's fine to ;-) I see a seahorse laying horizontally in the second photo.

  9. "Auntie E's Yard and Garden" has been included in this weeks A Sunday Drive. I hope this helps to attract even more new visitors here.


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