SkywatchFriday | Week 6

Be there for others, but never leave yourself behind.


It‘a been a super hectic week with a generous sprinkling of challenges thrown in, due to which I missed posting my sky photos on Friday. I might as well have drowned in the deluge, but thankfully, the Universe intervened and helped me pull myself out just in time.

In the grand scheme of things, everything happens for a reason.

Lessons were learned, and more importantly, one was reminded of the fact that what doesn’t kill oneself, only makes one stronger.

That’s my week in a nutshell.

Without further ado, let me share the sky photos from the week:

That’s all for now. I’ll be back next Friday with more sky shots.

Until then, wishing you all a blessed week. Stay safe, and remind yourself to make YOU a priority, especially if you’re juggling with a lot of responsibilities. You matter. Always.


Linking this to #SkywatchFriday, where you will find some amazing sky photographs from all over the world.

To view my complete sky photograph collection, please click here.


5 thoughts

    1. Thank you so much Rajlakshmi. So glad to hear that from you. I hope I can continue to bring these views to my readers as long I live. Thanks for your wishes, Raj. So lovely to have you stop by the blog this week. ❤️

  1. Esha, I think you and your sky have developed a mutual admiration society! Your sky knows how much you admire it, so each time you step out to look at it, it greets you with the best of its avatars! That’s what I have come to believe after seeing so many stunning shots of your dear sky!

  2. I’ll never get tired of your sky shots! They are so peaceful to watch. These days I find myself looking up at the skies way too often from my balcony. Need to start taking a few pictures now.

    1. Thanks so much for the lovely words, Soumya. I feel fortunate that I can bring them to you all every week. Isn’t it therapeutic to snatch those few precious minutes and look up to admire the beautiful sky that we have? I love your idea of taking pics. Do share then when you do. 😊

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