Cloud Shapes

Three doves and a dragon.

Sunset nebula.

Intermission: Major Tom Peepers practicing his noble stances. Mona Lisa and Sleepy look on from the nest.

Ghostly

Snakebite, dragon and a bunny

Snakebite

38 thoughts on “Cloud Shapes

    • The owls are being too cute these days. Our painters was really into cloud shapes the last few evenings. Thanks, Marina.

  1. I like the way you see things in the sky. I can see the same thing through your eyes. It reminds me of a long walk/hiking in a forest, early in the morning, and on the way back I was so hungry that I saw cakes in the sky. All the clouds were shaped like cakes, as if I didn’t see them with my eyes but with my stomach! πŸ™‚

  2. There’s 3!!!!!
    Last I was here, I thought there were 2. So sweet!

    Okay, the clouds are magic.
    However our interpretations are different.
    1- 3 doves and 3 doves
    2 – HYPERENCEPHALOGRAM
    3- Baby kitten on a fluffy blankie
    4- Magnetic Probe
    5 – Hello!!!! Can anybody hear me?

    • Hi Resa. All good interpretations. Laurie insists the “snakebite” is a bird calling. It’s cool how we see things differently. Makes life more interesting.

    • Thanks, Tiffany. I was talking to a couple who moved out here from California. When we were taking while looking a the owlets, Karen was telling that her friends and family can’t understand how she could leave California for New Mexico. She looked around and said “Look at this? Beautiful sky, green on the trees, perfect temperature, owls and other animals. I looked up the weather in California this morning and it showed windy and cloudy.” I told her New Mexico is know as the “Land of Enchantment” for a reason.

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