I’m not one who ever looked up at clouds and saw pictures in them. When I saw these photos taken by my friend with his iPhone, I couldn’t help but see things in them. Photos taken in north central Wisconsin
When I saw this photo I couldn’t help but think of the movie ‘Fantasia’. For some reason I saw these clouds dancing in the air to music 🙂
This is the great storm cloud monster. Halfway up on the right side it appears that there are two sinister eyes looking down from this impressive storm.
Last is this gorgeous cloud photo. I see a feathery heart shape. What do you see in these clouds?
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My friend took these photos in a span of about 10 minutes or so. Not only are they different looking, the color changes remind me of an eclipse. Photos taken with an iPhone in north central Wisconsin
The final shot
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The title of that old novel by Ray Bradbury, ‘Something Wicked This Way Comes’, came to mind when my friend sent me photos of the damage he had from a recent storm. By the grace of God, the one tree limb did not hit the house. Another one down however destroyed part of a huge lilac bush. These iPhone photos, taken by my friend, are in North Central Wisconsin.
The beginning of ‘Something Wicked This Way Comes’
What you do NOT want to ever see out of your living room window : wicked has arrived
This tree limb is about 60 feet long and from the back angle you can see how close it came to hitting the house.
More of the wickedness that came
Unbelievably, THIS is the sky a bit after something wicked this way came….and went!
My friend travels for work and I believe this was taken in Illinois. These beautiful clouds were taken with his iPhone. May we look to the clouds for the return of our Savior. God Bless!
My friend took this photo on his property a week or so ago. No violent weather came of it…just some very gusty winds, small hail and heavy rain. I find these clouds fascinating…as long as severe weather doesn’t come of them!