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Have you ever seen anything unusual when you have gazed at the sky and admired the colors of the clouds? It often happens people see what they think are landscapes, patterns and various constructions in the clouds. As curious and fantastic as it may sound, people all over the world have filmed strange faces appearing in the sky. Interestingly, people also reported seeing a “Miracle Cross” during the storm.
Some of these faces are funny, others are almost creepy We have put together a collection of some the most astonishing “faces in the sky” seen be people worldwide. Look at the video and judge for yourself what you think. Looking perhaps a bit like a gigantic owl monster, the cloud pictured above resulted from a series of flares released by an air force jet over the Atlantic Ocean in May.
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Phillips (who subsequently sold his picture to Associated Press) as New York’s World Trade Center towers burned after the terrorist attack on 11 September 2001. A cloudy face snapped in winter with a phonecam in Sittingbourne, Kent, England.
Image credit & copyright: April James A giant ghost-like cloud face.
The jet that released the flares, a C-17 Globemaster III, is seen on the right.
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The circular eyes of the above smoke angel are caused by air spiraling off the plane’s wings and are known as wingtip vortices. Cooley IV, USAF This cloud over Budapest in Hungary looks uncannily like an Australian Aboriginal man.
Image credit: Richard Carlson The images above come from, respectively, CNN’s television coverage and a photo snapped by freelance photographer Mark D.