Since the sun has been spending most of its time hiding behind clouds this summer, I decided to celebrate these delicate, soft, fluffy, white masses that we’ve been seeing so much of. It is always interesting to observe their colors, textures and shapes. The color of a cloud, as seen from Earth, tells us so much about what is going on inside it. The pink clouds, for example, occur almost entirely at sunrise & sunset and are the result of the scattering of sunlight from the atmosphere. The dark ominous clouds occur just before the rain falls due to moisture collecting at the base of the clouds. I chose three TÉLIO’s Fabrics that remind me of the light, airy and whipped texture of the cumulus clouds.
Photo Sources: Photo 1: Cloud hanger; Melificent ;Cloud art; Art slant; Cake ;Little gatherer; Little girl; popupshop Masson jar; Spear mint baby; Cloud cookies ; Oh so lovely vintage TÉLIO’s Fabrics used: Minkoff lace style 33345 color 01, Azura lace style 63081 color 01 & Echo knit style 33291 color 01.
One of the oldest and the best ways to play with your imagination is to look at a cloud and imagine what kind of animal or person it looks like. I’m sure you’ve done this before. We can sometimes see some very interesting shapes, just like this amazing picture took in Ireland:
Photo Sources: Red fish Ireland; Guardian
What sparks your imagination?