Summer is just around the corner, and for many school is already out, which to me means a few things...
... like time spent on adventures chasing dragon flies, camping with friends, and what might be the most relaxing activity of them all, laying out in the grass and watching the clouds go by.
If you haven't noticed, we are big fans of clouds here at i.c. Clouds are just one of those wonders of nature that never get old. Whether functioning as a fun learning tool or shape-shifting into a dinosaur, every cloud that passes by has a story to tell. Like these 'fair-weather' cumulus clouds. Flat on the bottom and fluffy on top, these stay true to their name, usually appearing on warm and sunny days.
I just love the natural order of these clouds and the way they line up in rows. The shapes they create aren't so bad either. This particular instance makes me think of stories about whales, and migrating across oceans, all the while the soundtrack of "the ants go marching two by two" plays in my head.
What stories do clouds tell you? Let us know in the comments section below!
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