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Cloud-shapes in the Sand

Wednesday, 8th July 2009 by

Remember lying on the grass when you were younger, staring up at the sky, allowing your imagination to twist and shape the clouds into an elephant being chased by a mouse or a dragon being slain by a cat? Now what if you were the clouds looking down at the earth? What would your imagination let you see then? Let’s find out. Desert week may be over, but that doesn’t…

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