Caught between the two infinities – the sky, on the one hand, and the water, on the other… both uniquely one whole and yet, totally fathomless!
Back to posting for #skywatchFriday after a long time and it feels so good to be sharing slices of my sky and travel stories in this section, to muse upon and enjoy once more, like it used to be once upon a time. Hope the world remains a safe place and our lives ease back into a semblance of order and normalcy so we can all go back to our happy places again.
If you are stopping by the blog today, would love to know how things have been for you lately, so do drop in a line in the comments below. And if you’re posting for #skywatchfriday, please do leave a link so I can visit you back as well.
That’s all for today. I’ll be back next week sharing more from my sky photo collection. Until then, have a lovely weekend and do take care!
Much love to you!
Thanks for sharing sky from your part of the world, Esha. I have been to Lal bagh but never seen this lake. It does remind of Sankey Tank though.
That is such a beautiful picture! I wish I was as good as taking pictures!
I am happy to see you back. You got me started on Skywatch Friday, and I hope you will be able to share more of your photos with us. This is composed so nicely – love that reflection. Alana ramblinwitham
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Welcome back! That’s a pretty sky.
Welcome back, I love your classic sky and water shot. Doesn’t get anybody than this.
Here, it’s been cloudy for the past few days now, and the temperature has been thankfully cool, Although there are two long months of summer to endure, I am waiting for monsoon. Hope the rains, when they come, wash away the gloominess and the stifling heat.
Spring is here in Florida and I’m very happy to see it. Lovely photo and the thought is perfect to accompany it.
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