INCHIES Pareidolia Lovers Delight in the Sky!

Pareidolia Lovers Delight

Clouds! You Didn’t Mention Clouds!

A selection of photographicalisations taken by Inchie.
He, a pareidoliaing addict who thought others might
appreciate the value & delight in some of these, taken
over the last four weeks from his kitchenette window.

Yes, most people have a larger toilet than his kitchen.
However, he loves living there up in the clouds,
Away from the maddening crowds,
While pareidoliaing, he’s had many thoughts sprout,
It’s his way of trying to chill out…
With a bag of crisps and a bottle of stout,
It’s all his delight, he asks and wants for nowt…
Sunset clouds… He’s always on the lookout,
Course, he’s medical things to worry about…
He believes pareidoliaing helps shut them out…
He’s almost contented in his kitchen, his redoubt…
If he spots an animal or figure,
Well, that could be a trigger…
For far less frustration and anger…
In one of these photos, he sees an old codger!
Another, he thinks there’s a beefburger?
In the one looking like the moon, a derringer!
Ghosts, angels… course, he’s as blind as a badger!
– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

Here we go…

A humdinger of a view! – Press Here! Hehe!


Can you see anything in there?

Lumix efforts.

See the arms and legs? I can’t now, Humph!

You must see the ghost? Har-har!

Now you really must?

Marble clouds?

Like the surface of the moon?
Lumix shot, see the black spot?
No idea what caused it, but it’s still there!

My imagination goes on the rampage for these two!

Sunset finishing

Next night. (Fuji camera)

Oil painting-like?

Afternoon twinkling?


Layered sky.
Sun going down…
Star Trek clip?

Yesterdays ghost. Taken through
the rainy window in the kitchen

🎶 Ghost riders in the Sky? 🎶

The face of the year so far… See him?

Moon surface?

Last week I think. Star Wars? No… erm…
Star Tre… no. Erm… oh, dearie me…
Will whatsit was in it… aliens flashing lights and
sounding klaxons. Anyway, it made me think

about that film.
Ah… I’ve Gorrit!
Well, I think I have.
Not so sure now…

Please let me know if anyone can see what I do in this
cracking last picture, please? (Creatures)

– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

Cheers, Each – Keep Safe!

6 thoughts on “INCHIES Pareidolia Lovers Delight in the Sky!

  1. I have to admit that I’m a total Pareidoliac as I see images and faces in so many things. You had some beautiful skies. Wonderful photos.

    • Pareidiliacing get better when you’ve got Cataracts and glaucoma, Tim. Things start to loolo liquidifed, mate. Not joking. The times I’ve got a kitchen towel to wiipe up none-existant spillages… almost every day. Hehehe!
      It does prove a little irking when on CorelDrawing, though. And the keypad has the same habit.
      Got couple of good ones last night, Tim. No sunset as such, mind.
      Keep safe, all th ebest to the family, and a submissive Purr to you know who.

      • I don’t have glaucoma, but I do have cataracts. Those conditions certainly help with seeing whats not there.

      • I understand mate!
        If you get Saccades in the States, I hope you get better help than over heare do, Tim.
        The treatment is….. Eye exercises! Not joking. Only found out last week from a nurse. Looked it up and she was spot on. I reckon that gives the running water effect? No wonder I’ve waited so long to be seen if there’s nowt they can do, Hehehe!
        I think they should let me have a stray cat, that might help me. Hehehe!

        Cheers mate.

      • Cateracts can be removed. I’m going to see if I can get mine removed this summer. Glaucoma is treated with medication if it’s bad enough.

      • Cheers, Tim.
        It took me two years of tests to get onto the waiting list for the Cataract op.
        Cataract surgery involves replacing the cloudy lens inside your eye with an artificial one. It has a high success rate in improving your eyesight. It can take 2 to 8 weeks to fully recover from cataract surgery.
        They lazer off the damaged lens and stick a new one one. They have warned me that I have to take a change of clothes because the procedure is done with constant spraying of the eye to clear any bits away when the put the new lens in… or on. (Just now had a look on NHS site – good clear lettering on it!).
        I wonder why they said they canot do the Glaucoma until after both eyes cataracts have been done, one at a time?
        I advise you not to keave it too late to get yours done Tim. Mid you, in the States it may not take two years to get on a list, then another two (estimated) to get the op done. Hehehe!
        I’ve just had a thought… if I’m laid there gettting sprayed, what if the catheter valve opens on its own again? Hehehe!
        Cheers, Sir.

Leave a Reply