Today we are taking a look at some cartoons added into real life again. This time it is the work of Malaysian Artist Cheryl H. She makes art by drawing onto photographs of some of the worlds most amazing places. Once again in the cartoon style they are very dream state inspired indeed…
Top 10 Dreaming Clouds Drawings
BONUS CONTENT: Top 10 Facts About Clouds
10 – All aboard!
FACT: It can take anywhere between a few minutes and an hour for the atmosphere to create clouds, and it all depends on temperature and wind speed.
9 – Bling doesn’t get much bigger than this!
FACT: Depending on the high they are formed clouds can develop both vertically or horizontally!
8 – Odd one out.
FACT: Not only are there well over 5,000 registered cloud fan clubs, but there is also a official Worldwide international Cloud Committee!
7 – The king of frogs…and science.
FACT: Have you ever seen animal shapes in the clouds? Well Hindu’s and Buddhist’s believe that Cumulus clouds are spiritual cousins of the elephants!
6 – Splish, splash, I was taking a bath!
FACT: Often seen in child pictures and amazing summer photos, the classic white cloud is also known as a Cumulus cloud.
5 – “Let go I’ll catch you I promise!”
FACT: A Noctilucent cloud is one that is so high that it reflects the suns light off its self and is visible during the night.
4 –The Praying Caterpillar
FACT: With very good reason I am sure, but in most arid nations like Iran, clouds are often seen as a good omen.
3 – Highway in the skyway
FACT: Unlike what most of us think, clouds appear white because they reflect the suns light off themselves, not because they are made with cotton wool.
2 – Stealers de fromage
FACT: It is not just the earth that has clouds! In fact any planet, moon or even large asteroid with an atmosphere has clouds.
1 – Ghosts Fish Market
FACT: There are 3 main categories of clouds and it is all dependant on their height from the ground. Low clouds are made up of water droplets and are located under 2,000m, medium clouds are also made up of water droplets, but are located between 2,000 and 7,000m, and finally high clouds. These are made up of ice crystals, and are located somewhere between 5,500 and 14,000m.