As a child, I used to throw myself on the grass and watch the clouds go scudding by. I could make out the ever-changing shapes of them as well. Often the clouds gifted me with big white poodles, fish, teddy bears, ships, elephants and such; sometimes even faces. It was always fun to see what the sky presented me with each time I did my cloud watching.
To this day, I appreciate clouds and their formations. It’s almost as though some magical creature is busily concocting different forms and shapes to delight us all. The thing about clouds is that they are capricious and tease us with their shapes that can turn into other shapes in the blink of an eye.
I’m never surprised at the formations I see. I’m sure that any of the weathermen could give me the explanations of why and how the clouds change into different shapes, but quite frankly, I’d rather be surprised by them.