They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and after seeing this photo taken down in Provincetown, I'm a thousand percent convinced.

Coincidences occur daily; there's no telling when, but they happen. In Provincetown, a man named Jim Bakker was enjoying a gorgeous sunset over the weekend. He admired the colorful glow and decided to capture it with a photo to share with his family, friends, and the people of Provincetown.

That's when someone mentioned to Bakker that if you look really closely, you can see a dove-like figure within one of the cloud formations – and he wasn't wrong.

Courtesy Jim Bakker
Courtesy Jim Bakker

To the right of the tower is a very distinct outline of what looks like a dove. You can make out the head and the beak to the right, its wingspan slashed through the body, and a thin wisp for the tail. Now, whether or not you believe in a higher being is totally up to you, I don't judge either way.

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In my opinion, I'd say this was a simple sign of peace from above that can only mean positive things. Between the orange glow and the white fluffy cloud, it was the perfect way to end the weekend with a sign from above.

Coincidence? I'll let you be the judge. Shoot me an email at and let me know what you see or if you think it's just a plain old cloud. I'd love to chat!

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