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Thursday, March 30, 2017

Whimsical Wednesday # 272 (on a Thursday)

Welcome back to Whimsical.....😎

The day for your googled giggle that gets you over the hump and sliding down into the weekend.

A Turkey Cloud! Have you ever seen anything like it?
 

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  1. First thing I saw was a turkey!

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    1. Author R.Mac Wheeler; there are some astonishing cloud shapes sometimes.

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  3. Surprising! It didn't take much imagination.

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  4. That is a perfect turkey cloud. Every once in awhile I see very distinctive shaped clouds.

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    1. Cheryl; I've seen dolphins in the sky and puppies.

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    1. only slightly confused; nature is great, right?

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  6. That's a beauty! I wonder if it was on the US Thanksgiving Day! :)

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    1. Lee; that would have been a remarkable coincidence.

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  7. .. what a great turkey ... I love it when the clouds make recognisable shapes ... xxxxx Barb

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    1. Barbara; me too, it's always fun seeing things like this.

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  8. It took me a while, I was looking at it from the wrong end.

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    1. JahTeh; I can see how that would confuse a person.

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  9. It gets me nervous. You know, like those "mushroom" clouds do. What on earth could have caused that??

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    1. Happy Elf Christine; just a natural phenomenon, or quite possibly computer generated. Or God, to delight his people.
      "Mushroom" clouds never just float like that, they arise from the earth where the bomb was detonated, entirely different.

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  10. What a beauty. I always look for shapes in clouds. Never found a turkey though.

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    1. Elephant's Child; it's the first turkey I've ever seen too. I mostly see puppies.

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  11. Gee, took me a minute was looking for the country - oh dear, some people ! :)

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    1. Margaret-whiteangel; I think the country Turkey might be harder to spot, more of a blob shape.

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  12. I always enjoy looking for shapes in a cloud ...

    All the best Jan

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