Day 92: Clouds

“The origin of the term cloud can be found in the old English clud or clod, meaning a hill or a mass of rock. Around the beginning of the 13th century, it was extended metaphorically to include rainclouds as masses of evaporated water in the sky because of the similarity in appearance between a mass of rock and a cumulus heap cloud. Over time, the metaphoric term replaced the original old English weolcan to refer to clouds in general.” (To read more about clouds click here)

18 thoughts on “Day 92: Clouds

  1. HI jackie, Your photos are beautiful!! Thank you so much for the follow back! I hope that you enjoyed the visit to my Blog I am looking forward to get to know you better! Btw I love this cloud I always found clouds to be fascinating πŸ™‚

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      • Yes I love the mutant shapes and the contrast in the sky. I am an Artist working on multiple mediums beside my jewelry design, I love photography which I am an amateur and I do watercolor paintings, so sky, clouds, and water reflections it is what I love the most πŸ™‚

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  2. Wow!! Stunning cloud and a great picture πŸ™‚ The cloud has the most amazing face….with hook nose and protruding chin, it looks part human face and part fish shaped ..There I go again finding things in clouds πŸ˜‰

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