Texas man spots a cloud that looks like an angel and takes a picture


How many times have you looked up at the sky and seen a familiar shape? Maybe the clouds resembled the ocean or perhaps they looked like a dog.

If you have some really good imagination you can see both cats, birds, and scary monsters. 

Sometimes, the sign you need is not the one you’re expecting to see. 

Danny Ferraro and his wife Carmen was driving on Highway 105 outside of Montgomery, Texas, when they looked up in the sky and noticed something that made them do a double-take.

Danny Ferraro / Facebook

As the sun rose and illuminated the clouds, the outline of an angel became visible. Even the halo seemed to be in the right spot.

Danny immediately snapped a photo of the clouds and shared it on Facebook where it amazed many. He called it the Texas Angel.

“On Monday evening we were heading to deal with more (family) issues and really dreading it. As we turned west on Highway 105 in Montgomery, I immediately noticed the cloud formatin and the brilliant rays of sun straight ahead of us, and I told Carmen, ‘Wow, look at that!’…

“We both saw the angle and felt it meant that everything would be OK. I just felt like God was saying, ‘I’m always with you.’ I don’t know how many others saw it, but I’m sure it meant something special to everyone who did…

It lasted for just a few moments, but I grabbed my phone and the first picture I took was spectacular,” Danny told NBC.

Danny Ferraro and his wife / Facebook

Danny wondered, could this cloud formation a sign?

The stunning photo seemed to be God speaking to him and his wife, especially since the couple consider themselves Christians.

But no matter what you believe in, this photo proves that life is a majestic ride and sometimes if we’re lucky enough, we can feel those sweet angel rays on our faces like!

Wow! What a beautiful sight. I believe it was a sign.

If you believe this was a sign, share this on Facebook.


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