"I live in Atlanta, Georgia now but was born in Grand Rapids and lived in Kalamazoo until I graduated. I still have lots of friends and family there. This picture was taken in Johns Creek, which is North of the city.
My kids and I were coming home from the airport. Like a lot of moms, I am just in the habit of looking at the clouds all the time, waiting for something cool to point out to my kids. We stopped at a red light, I looked to my left, and there was this huge cloud that looked EXACTLY like the Lower Peninsula. I had to quick dig through my purse for my phone and hope the light stayed red, but I got it! "
Michigan native Sara Edwards captured a photo of a cloud that resembles Michigan's lower peninsula.
Sara grew up in the Grand Rapids area, and now lives in Atlanta, GA. While driving with her kids in Johns Creek, Ga, a suburb of Atlanta, she was waiting at a red light, when she caught a glimpse of a cloud formation that bore a striking resemblance to Michigan's lower peninsula.
She got a photo of the remarkable cloud, and shared it later on a Michigan-themed Facebook page where it quickly went viral, gathering thousands of shares in just a few hours.