A Motley of Colours

I’m back this week, sharing my sky pictures, clicked over the past couple of months.

I’ve intended to be more regular than I currently am, but, like most other things I love, even my sky photography has taken a back seat these days. Hence, this morning, I decided to dip into my phone gallery and pick out a few favourites from my collection that might be worth a share.

Photo posts are something I’ve always loved sharing on the blog and now, since blogging is intermittent, it seems to make more sense to keep it going. I’m hoping I can keep publishing more often and my photos will also get to come out of the folders, where they’ve been tucked away for months!

The photos are my way of suggesting, how a few moments taken out of our busy days, to unplug in the presence of nature may seem very simple and yet, all of us need reminders to do just that! I need, I know.

But, the fact is, it’s all worth it – taking that much-needed pause, to reset and still our monkey minds, before life takes over. Mindfulness in everything we do can make a tremendous difference in our modern- day lives where gadgets rule us from morn to night. For most of us, life usually happens in between!!

“There is no Wi-Fi in the forest, but I promise you will find a better connection.” -Ralph Smart

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Linking this to #SkywatchFriday, where you will find some amazing sky photographs from all over the world.
To view my complete sky photo collection, please click here.
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10 thoughts

  1. I have always loved your sky pictures, Esha. And I feel, that because you are such a passionate sky-lover, the sky always blesses you with its most vivid hues, every single time! See, the sky knows who its true admirer is 🙂
    Loved your words, as always, and found so much that I need to learn to express myself. How I wish I had a magic wand…I would grant you your wish to focus on your writing instead of spending time dealing with the complications of life.
    Much love!

  2. Your sky photos are undoubtedly some of the most beautiful ones I have ever seen, Esha. I am glad you take a break from the normalcy of the day and fill your camera with these spectacular pictures. Keep it going, Esha. <3

  3. These are all quite lovely. I fully understand how difficult it is to “keep on blogging” when life gets in the way, so I admire your resolve–and your work. Thanks for sharing the photos.

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