By Gavin Pretor-Pinney
Published by Sceptre. 2007 Hardback, with dust cover, very good condition although there is an inscription on the corner of the dustjacket inside, showing that the book was given as a gift. It doesn’t deter from the enjoyment of the book, which is not about identifying cloud shapes, but about seeing the unexpected in them. The photos are glorious and inventively captioned. Who could forget a pig with six legs, a skateboarder in the sky, Pegasus or a dragonfly? An excellent book to get you started in scrying with clouds really. Pocket sized (well, for a large pocket!) and just 64 pages.
the inside cover:
The Cloud Appreciation Society's Manifesto states: 'We believe that clouds are for dreamers and their contemplation benefits the soul. Indeed, all who consider the shapes they see within them will save on psychoanalysis bills.'
This is a glorious collection of clouds that look like things, including dragons, skateboarders, pasta, witches and poodles. It is a proud celebration of the carefree, aimless and endlessly life-affirming pastime of cloudspotting.'
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A Pig With Six Legs and Other Clouds
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