Cloud Gazing Upon Dogs, Dragons, Birds And… Dirty Words?

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Spring is here. Or maybe it’s Summer now? What’s important is that we can all finally lay in the grass and gaze upon the clouds.
Some people say that when we do this we see faces and images that aren’t there. Astrophysicist Carl Sagan called it pareidolia. But we call shenanigans on that and relish in the cloud magic of finding Godzilla hidden in the sky above us.
If you can’t get out to a good cloud viewing spot yourself right now, check out these beautiful shots of what’s being painted right above your head.
Who says a cloudy day is no fun?
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Dog

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Eagle

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Godzilla

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Trumpet

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Cloud Explosion

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Whale

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Tree Leaves

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Hole

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Camel

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Her Torch Went Out

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Angel

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Snow Mountains

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Dragon’s Breath

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Thunderbird

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Shark

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@&%$!

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Glacier

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