I find it truly amazing how things in this world can often look like something else than what they really are. Take this photo for example, it looks for the world like crunchy snow to me, but it is clouds, -lots of them, seen from my plane window the other day. Clouds so thick I’d swear you could walk across them just like it was snow. Amazing.
I am on my way to British Columbia for my Orcas and More photo tour. Not much time to blog the past few days, but I had to share this thought! I am hoping we’ll have some internet connection to post along the way but often, the wilderness just doesn’t have a connection. A few villages along the way though…
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Have a great week and keep sharing your vision,
Well I guess you’ve looked at clouds from both sides now, huh!
hardee har, Mike – but YES, I have looked at clouds from both sides, and love them from any direction – unless we get toooooo many. love the sunlight, too. 🙂
How funny! My first thought on seeing your image was; “How in the world did she find my old carpeting?!” The texture in those clouds is fascinating. I would never have guessed what they really are.
Thanks, LC Kenny – glad to have entertained you for a bit!