Cloud Shapes 2: What Do You See?

Afternoon clouds over the water
Tammy Dunn

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If you like to look for familiar shapes in clouds, you’ve come to the right spot.

Every few weeks, we will invite you to tell us what recognizable shapes you see in a cloud photo, such as a sailboat, tree, or horse.

To learn about this popular pastime, take a gander at our previous blog post on clouds here.

In the meantime, we think that you will have fun with this next photo, submitted by Annie Allemani. (Thank you, Annie!) Can you spot a familiar form? Please post your thoughts below.

Thank you, and happy cloud watching!

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clouds

scarecrow with a hay stack behind em! I am 63 and watch the clouds for my imagination, to see what I can see.

Little Lulu

I see Little Lulu and Tubby!

The scarecrow and the

The scarecrow and the cowardly lion from Wizard of Oz.

The scarecrow and the

The scarecrow and the cowardly lion.

Nancy and Sluggo

Nancy and Sluggo

The cloud on the left reminds

The cloud on the left reminds me of a scarecrow.

I think the cloud on the left

I think the cloud on the left looks like Benjamin Franklin!!

I think it looks like jack

I think it looks like jack and jill going down the hill and all you can see are their heads Jill of course is on the left with the pigtails

Pippi Longstocking!

Pippi Longstocking!

The cloud on the left looks

The cloud on the left looks like "Pearls Before Swine" cartoonist Stephan Pastis with a fly on his nose.

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