Photographing ravens is a hit-or-miss experience. Many times when I go out to photograph, the ravens aren’t there. But when you have ravens on your mind, you’ll see a likeness to them in the strangest places; a shadow in the mountains, the wingtip of an airplane, the brown earth of a Utah salt flat.
The human mind is a wonderfully creative place, with the ability to make associations in the most obscure places. The shapes we see looking at clouds are a good example. Think about the places and times you have seen a likeness of one object inside another. How do you feel when that happens?