A woman walking her dog was surprised to see an elephant-shaped cloud in the sky above her head.
The 72-year-old former GP was walking along the banks of the River Forth in Scotland near her home in Aberdour when he spotted the strange cumulus cloud.
Ms. Worrall, a keen amateur photographer, was photographing butterflies circling wildflowers when she saw the irregularly shaped cloud.
She said: ‘Every day I walk my dog at the beach of the Forth.
‘On this particular day, I was actually taking pictures of butterflies when I happened to be looking up at the sky and saw this cloud.
‘I had to look twice because one of the clouds looked like an elephant. Sometimes you think you see vague outlines of animals in the clouds but this was very clear.
‘My house looks right over the water and I’ve seen some amazing cloud formations before but I’ve never seen anything like this.
‘I don’t have any special equipment, just a basic digital camera, and while I often have to edit my photos on a computer, this one was perfect.’
Cumulus clouds are a type of low-level cloud known for their puffy shape and well-defined edges.
They are formed at elevations below 6,500ft and often occur in clusters.