This is a TDB Special Report and I'm your doggie reporter Chester L. W. Spaniel.
Last night we saw a spectacular sunset! It started out as just some clouds moving in.
Of course my ghostwriter has a scientific explanation for why the clouds looked like they were on fire. The fine feathery appearance of the cloud bases is actually something called virga. That is, rain that's falling from the clouds, but evaporating before it hits the ground. In this case, it's being lit up by the red rays of the setting sun.
Does anybody see a pair of eyes in this picture of the clouds?