I’m very happy to announce that some of my cloud photos were recently featured in a music video.
The music video is made by my wonderful and extremely talented friend Jaz Fagan (http://ezstreetblog.wordpress.com/).
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I believe that there can never be too many games or too much fun in this world, so today I’m starting a cloud game.
The game is very simple – I post one of my cloud photos and ask: “What do you see on the photo?” Your only task it to think creatively and add a comment on what you see.
Let’s begin… What do you see on this photo?
My reply – I see a turkey.
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Wise Lesson from a Grumpy Cloud
Today I spotted one really grumpy looking cloud.
This cloud made me think of our emotions and moods. More specifically, it made me think about this phenomenon that we usually call “a bad day”, “a bad hair day”, “feeling under the weather” etc.
I’m sure everyone has experienced those days, when everything seems okay and then suddenly this grumpy looking creature creeps in, drags our mood to a negative gear and tries to ruin our entire day by casting a huge shadow on it.
Well, I think there is a wonderful lesson to learn from this grumpy cloud being – we do not have to let it ruin anything! As we can see from the picture below, the grumpy dude is surrounded by many lovely and cheerful beings and all that actually needs to be done, is to wait for the wind to take the grumpiness away. And as we all know, wind moves pretty fast.
So the next time the grumpy fellow comes to visit, don’t say hallo and just wait for a minute or two. It will disappear.
Have a wonderful Tuesday!