On Earth, people look up at the clouds and see different shapes. But up in space, Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield looks down at the world and sees figures we never knew were there.
Hadfield, who blasted off into space in December, has delighted Earthlings with his phenomenal aerial photos of the globe, giving them a chance to see it from a whole new perspective. He took command of the International Space Station last week, but he still seems to have time to gaze down at our planet and find some interesting patterns.
When you look at these landscapes, do you see what he sees?