45 thoughts on “Shapes

  1. Isn’t it wonderful to have a few clouds today? There was enough humidity this morning that I could actually see steam coming off my coffee. It usually just evaporated and today it was nice to see a steaming cup of coffee. πŸ™‚

    • The humidity was 16% when I got up, and a little warmer at 47ΒΊ. It’s beet 42/43ΒΊ every morning this week. The clouds were a nice surprise. I finished one side of the deck cover under the cooler cloud cover.

  2. Mars and Jupiter look like a pair of celestial eyes above the trees. I see a deer with antlers wearing a tuxedo in the first cloud photo, and a laughing man with short beard and wild hair in the second cloud photo.

    • They do look like eyes. I can see the deer now that you mentioned it. I see a couple of different critters. Thanks, Lavinia.

  3. Another beautiful collection of photographs, Tim. And I had to play ‘Venus and Mars’, one of my favourite albums from Paul McCartney & Wings.

    • I can imagine the recorder. There’s definitely a Santa look in the second one. I see a bird with a comb or plumage and a wolf’s head flowing over its shoulder in the first photo. Thanks, Liz.

  4. Oh, they do look aligned to me already!
    Busy beautiful skies! I see various doggies flying under the wings of a deer and in the second one, I see a doggy, a mouse, various creatures, a bearded profile and a bird!

    • Nice you are seeing all the lovely shapes. Lavinia saw a deer, also. I see a bird, and a wolf’s head, various critters and apparitions is the first cloud photo. A profile that could be any number of characters in the second cloud photo. Thanks, Marina.

  5. Wonderful to see the planets pre-dawn, Timothy, and the tree silhouettes are enchanting, too. So impressive that you can name the planets. Then that sky photo, the next photo, was absolutely extraordinary. Such a swirl!

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