People love those scenes in fantasy Hollywood movies in which smoke or clouds go up in the air and take the shape of a person's face. There are lots of technicalities that go behind the scenes. But a man in New Brunswick, Canada, might have encountered something very fascinating this time.
The man posted a video on YouTube, which shows clouds moving fast, and eventually taking the shape of a person that resembles Abraham Lincoln at one point.
The technical term for the common tendency to see images of animals or faces in clouds, or in any other unusual surfaces is called pareidolia. This is the reason why a camera artifact might look like a base station on Mars' surface, or why people have reported seeing Mahatma Gandhi's face on Mars.
Here is the video: