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Ghost Riders In The Sky

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Day 189 – July 8, 2019

Language – VJ’s Weekly / Work – Pic and a Word / Firewall – FOWC / Flow – RDP / Dragon – WODC / Day 8 – July’s Blue Squares

The photo I originally wanted to feature is below, but when I saw this and how well it came out, I had to feature it.  No it isn’t a dragon, it is the most clear image of a face I have seen in the clouds.  And considering that these are from the same system that put DC and the tri-state area under water, it is rather ominous.  What is even more eery is that right after I took this a hole opened up in the clouds, and the face disappeared.  Those photos are below.  I had some time to collect my tools in an attempt to do some yard work in between the rains this morning, but as usual once I got into the flow of things nature’s firewall broke down and ushered in the storm clouds once again.  You don’t need to speak the language in order to know what my face was saying!  Let’s just hope the rains head off tomorrow, otherwise I am going to need to bushwhack my lawn.

Look Who I Found

Risking It

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17 Replies to “Ghost Riders In The Sky”

  1. It’s always interesting what people see when cloud watching. I saw the face in 2 of the shots, but in the feature image l didn’t see the dragon till ast, but l saw python, a dinosaur and the beast from the Predator films and then from a different perspective a partially bald headed man with only his spinal cord showing.

    Very intriguing post and great images.

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