What Do You See?

What do you see in the photo that I used in the header of this blog?

Sure, Clouds.   But what do you see in the cloud formation?

What I see is two small dogs playing…the one on the left  (use the “eye” as a vantage point) is sparring with the one on the right.   A touch of imagination shows another little dog  jumping in the air with ears flying.

I did not see the little dogs the first several times I loaded the page and saw the header.   But apparently my eye caught the dog’s eye…and presto! the picture slid into place.

Just now my son came into the room and I asked HIM what he saw in the clouds.   He sees Santa Claus, hat, beard…sleigh of toys to the left (where I see the little dog with the eye.)   And where I see the floppy-ear dog, Scott sees the reindeer… stylized, of course.

Now,  I still see the playing dogs–but I can also make out Santa.

What do YOU see in the clouds?



50 thoughts on “What Do You See?

  1. Just right of center, the middle of three “points” or “tops,” I think is a dancing rooster. What’s on either side of him, I’m not sure…but he’s definitely dancing.


  2. Pareidolia! Fascinating psychological phenomenon….Some images are more distinct than other….Has much to do with the ‘sub-‘ or ‘Unconscious’ of the perceiver. Your prompt was easy to pick up….Yes, instantly spotted the first dog…then the net….
    Interesting your grandson ‘saw’ ‘Santa Claus’….I wonder why?
    Hugs! ❤


  3. I see two small dogs besides the one big dog in the left and they are all joyous 🙂

    Thanks for the insights, this pic is really beautiful as I said when I first saw it 🙂

    Have a great week!

    Love and light ❤

    Anand 🙂


      1. Suggestions have a great impact on our minds. When I was younger I used to see a lot more shapes in walls and clouds and used to make stories around them all the time lol 😀


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