No secret on my end, I’m obsessed with the weather. Clouds are my favorite because to me, they are artwork in the sky. I spent many lazy summer afternoons in the backyard with my mother staring at the clouds and figuring out what animal or object they represented.

So, naturally, I love it when James Spann posts cloud pictures. Various types of cloud structures or object-driven clouds.

James Spann / Canva / Jacob Harrison, Townsquare Media
James Spann / Canva / Jacob Harrison, Townsquare Media

IMO > the cloud structure on the right looks like a turtle.

I agree, looks like a shark.



Yesssssss! Alligator Cloud!

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