As an English Lit Major I know the importance and usefulness of FORESHADOWING in telling a story. It could be describing the build-up of a desert thunderhead as a FORESHADOW to a storm of an argument when a character comes home late. In that vein here are a couple of photos of clouds that were taken this past Wednesday evening.
The first is in its natural state, the second has a pair of sunglasses in front of the lens. The darker photo is FORESHADOWING the following day where we had cooler temperatures, heavy overcast skies, and drizzle all day.
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