Sky’s the limit for Wolves fan

It seems the sky’s the limit for Wolves fans. This cloud formation appears to show the iconic wolf’s head symbol that adorns Molineux and players’ shirts.

Heavens above – a Wolves head, with ears and snout, appears in a break in the clouds
Heavens above – a Wolves head, with ears and snout, appears in a break in the clouds

It seems the sky’s the limit for Wolves fans. This cloud formation appears to show the iconic wolf’s head symbol that adorns Molineux and players’ shirts.

The picture was taken by devoted fan Luke Fellows, who spotted the shape in a break in the clouds above his home in Telford while putting the rubbish out.

It is now doing the rounds on the internet as thousands of fans are sharing it with each other on Facebook and Twitter.

Wolves fan Luke Fellows who captured the image
Wolves fan Luke Fellows who captured the image

“I was amazed when I saw it,” said 31-year-old Luke, an IT analyst at Birmingham-based NEC Group. “The wind was howling and I saw a bag blow over my garden fence and as I looked up, I saw the wolf’s head.

"I just looked at it for a couple of minutes then thought I have to get a picture of this to show my mates. I think it proves beyond doubt that God is a Wolves fan.”

Since taking the picture this week, the image has been the talk of social networking sites Facebook and Twitter and has been viewed by more than 2,000 people.

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Comments for: "Sky’s the limit for Wolves fan"

Martacus Red

Always said Wolves fans have got their heads in the clouds

wolvesayi

Talk about a slow news day!

Noodle

Saw this a few days ago on a forum I use.

Amazing

Wulvzs

Wolves on Sky again!

Julie Hibberts

First shown on THE-WOLF.co.uk by one of its forum members

Mart

Martacus Red sounds like utd glory hunter bet he lives round the corner.

Sir Lupi

God is a Wolves fan.

THE CHEESE SHOP

Incredibly, Petr Cech's hat is on the chimney stack next to the cloud.

Cynic

Badly photoshopped!

johnwolf

Martacus Red - how many manure matches have you been to? answer on a first class stamp.

Cyril Randle

Looks as much like a map of South America or even Africa to me. If you look long enough, you'll see your old Aunt Agatha in that cloud too.

darlo

your name "cynic" says it all... quality pic, some of you need to lighten up haha

Cannock Baggie

Lisa Simpson is on top of the chimney stack, which is the only interesting feature of this photograph.

Brian Greenfield

Out of Darkness Cometh Light!

Luke Fellows

Surely it was first seen on my facebook page?

Real Luke Fellows

Only took me 10 minutes of photoshopping :)

bankstone

Clearly a fox.

Aitken Drum

Obviously God doesn't know anything about football.

ANNAY

Nice piece of publicity for the geezer, but a nice piece of photoshop as well;