How much happiness can a hammock hold? DJ Trischler captured this moment while on a trip to Gambela, Ethiopia with his Drunken Sailor double hammock. While we don't recommend putting 7 kids in a hammock, this might be our favorite Color Cloud photo ever.
Napping under the palm trees and watching the sea on Mahe Island, Seychelles.
Hanging high in the mountains near Nurnus Armenia.
Swinging in a Color Cloud is the perfect break for a cloudy day on Cambodia's Bokor Mountain.
Ratana and Seyha kick back in a Color Cloud while snorkeling off the coast of Sihanoukville, Cambodia.
How could you resist attempting to hang a Color Cloud from this perfect palm tree on Thailands amazing island of Samui? Teresa and Stephanie couldn't. (Climbing palm trees is dangerous. Don't try this at home)
John, Color Cloud's original Italian Stallion, swings high over Seoul City.
Creativity happens in the clouds! Designers, developers and entrepreneurs reenergize and brainstorm in the Hammock Lounge during Chattanooga's startup weekend -- 48Hour Launch: City Love Edition.
Color Cloud made it to the 7th continent! Thanks to intrepid adventurer Mark Walsh for putting Antarctica on our map. Despite the general lack of trees and other "normal" hammocking situations, Mark persevered and sent us pictures of his Lifeboat napping station on top of the weather office at McMurdo Station.
Clouds of cigar smoke aren't the only things hanging over Havana. Steph and Chris demonstrate how to float above the smoke rings high over Havana's Capitol square. NOTE: *Use caution if you try this at home. Cigar smoking while hammocking can be dangerous. Don't burn yourself or your hammock.