Whatchasee Wednesday


Ever since starting this exercise/game/theme (whatev), I've found myself extremely fascinated with the clouds. So fascinated, infact, that there have been times I've almost fallen backwards while looking at them. Maybe that's the reason why this activity really should be done while lying on one's back in a field, or at least a lounger chair. The clouds this week have been really active...moving faster and therefore being hard to catch in just the right shot. Just when I notice a great formation, it's gone before I can get my camera up to capture it.

Ok, here's this week's Whatchasee. Interesting formation, is it not? For those that keep saying they have no imagination, try downloading the image to your computer and turning it around every which way. Or if you're industrious, like the one commentor a bit back, download it to your laptop...go outside and hold it over your head! *laffz*

WhatIsaw up at 9pm.

9 comments:

Yaya said...

I still see a lobster. Why does every cloud look like a lobster to me? Maybe I need to go to Red Lobster tonight...

Intense Guy said...

I see a pigeon on the right flapping his wings to intimidate the pigeon turned away from us on the left eating up the bread crumbs.

Either that or a lobster. :)

Jan n Jer said...

I also am fascinated with the way the clouds take on so many different formations. Its a work of art. In your photo, I see a dog running with his tail in the air.

Karla said...

okay maybe I'm weird but I see an angel..*shrugs*

Intense Guy said...

Hmm.. a Christmas tree topper...

Hey, just came back to say, "Don't lean back and fall and hurt yaself ya'hear?"

blueviolet said...

I see kissing fishies!

junyah said...

I gotta go with karla, looks like an angel to me, but ,im starting to worrie a little about Ladystyx and her looking at clouds and asking what WE see?? lol J/K hun ... Jr

Queenie Jeannie said...

I see a Roman soldier in a chariot with two horses!

Queenie Jeannie said...

your blog hates me

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