Written in the Clouds

The threat of rain lingered as we made our way to our granddaughter’s high school graduation on Friday evening. But as the senior class of Wylie East high school took their seats on the football field, the darker clouds were replaced by some rather mysterious ones that appeared to be sending a cryptic message.

Can you see the lower case cursive l?

I added a filter to make it more visible. Am I going crazy or does it look as if there’s a message there? Too bad I don’t read cloud language.

Peace, people!

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

16 thoughts on “Written in the Clouds”

  1. Ooohhh! Love the sky! BTW… they are mammatus clouds and are often part of storms. They are so amazing to look at. I’ve seen so many cool photos of this type of cloud.

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      1. I only know because I follow several weather photographers/storm chasers and they share lots of photos of those. I used to think of them as bubble clouds.

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