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. 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 😀


  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! ❤


      1. Night Cap…..Sleep even better…if you can…. 😉 Signing off here for the day…..gone 9.30 p.m here…Enjoy the rest of today! Hugs! ❤


  3. 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.


    1. I should have not put my analysis in so prominently. Power of suggestion is powerful, I agree. I have gotten a variety of responses though…interesting. Do you like the “what do you see” idea?

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