But nobody could argue about the likeness of this cloud which reportedly appeared over a children's charity event in Dorset, according to the Daily Express.
It's certainly a dead ringer for kids' favourite Winnie the Pooh.
The beloved bear must have heard there was a pot of honey at the Children's Heart Surgery Event fund in Sandbanks and decided to make an appearance.
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Amazing!! so cute.
I couldn't remember how I found thecontrail web site... until this minute. I was reviewing my farcebook posts, and there it was! I had just run across the Winnie Pooh cloud pic on the birthday of my grandson, Adam, and shared it on facebook. He would have turned 40 on Feb. 28, 2018, but had died at age 6 instead, from lymphoma. He had all the qualities of a good man at that young age. Amazing. I swear he spoke to me at the cemetery one day, "I'm not here gramma." If so, then I'm pretty certain he directed my attention to the Pooh Cloud, and to the website. I believe it, so there! I recall seeing a comment on the photos recently uploaded (One of the cats, rainbow or pj's?), noting the NZ shaped cloud formations in red & black clouds and how "they send us interesting shapes." As if the Powers that be running the weather are messing around with art forms on purpose. May they repent or rot. Off to happiness, the sun is out!