NEW ORLEANS, LA – A couple of photographs turned up some interesting sights in the clouds!
To assess the toll that the BP oil spill is having on the Gulf coast states, WWN sent out correspondent Wayne Curanti. Checking the pulse of the states, morale is low and emotions range from anger to depression – few signs of positive feelings. BP has been crucified for its role in the spill and the effect its having on a wide range of topics from tourism to the ecosystem. Curanti reported that the damage is great and increasing by the day and it’s something that will take months, if not more, to clean up.
Wrapping up his visit, Curanti noticed some storm clouds forming that caught his eye and took out his camera. Upon first look, he couldn’t put his finger on what he saw. Upon inspecting his camera for a second look, he saw what seemed to be a face in the clouds.
It might be nothing, but what if it’s something? What if it’s a greater being canvassing the damage done by BP and making its own assessments? What if BP will not only face the wrath of the government and the people, but also that of the face in the clouds? It needs a closer inspection, but the face is certainly there and it’s definitely cause for thought and deeper reflection. Why the face in a region that is struggling through a catastrophe that was out of its hand? Could there be help and judgement on the horizon? Could we see a face in the clouds in other regions that are in turmoil? Greece? Haiti? Chile?
These are all question that might not have an answer. These are all questions that are potentially just speculation and carry no weight. But what if? What if the face in the clouds serves a purpose?