I have always been mesmerized by clouds. No day passes by that I don't look at the sky and marvel at whatever cloud formation is up there for me to see.
A recent trip to Cebu all by myself made me focus all my attention to the clouds as we were traversing the sky.
Pretending that I was a photographer (with a point and shoot camera-haha), I clicked and clicked on my camera until I drained its battery. Here are some of my pictures. (Note: Some of the pictures were fixed using the edit feature in windows feature gallery. Only the colors, the size, brightness and contrast were edited. Some were just autofixed.)
|Looks like im taking a shot from a plane that's flying higher than that other plane, huh!|
|Shot from the plane's window|
|Looks like the clouds parted in the middle to let someone pass by|
|my baby asked me, "mommy, is that snow?"|
|I wonder how the birds manage not to get dizzy while they are turning mid-air|
|looks like three angels are standing up with their arms raised forward|
|A giant cloud popcorn|
|this reminds me of baking- cream butter and sugar until fluffy and looking like clouds|
|it's almost dark|
|I was trying to catch the sea, peeping between clouds.|
Then I spotted this cloud formation, that looked like a crocodile swimming out of the water
|Top gun shot eh?|
My trip gave me that much needed "me" time and allowed me to reflect on the most basic pleasures in life - my family, the world where we live in, and the thought that somewhere up there, someone watches us from behind the clouds.