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Skywatch Friday - Changing Moods of the monsoon sky

The monsoons have arrived and we breathe a little more easily, in spite of the flooded roads, and a power cut die to a short circuit somewhere.....Having nothing much to do with the current gone, I spent some time taking snaps of the skies from our window........ Here are three snaps taken at different times of the day - the view is the same, but how different it looks each time! This is why I love monsoons, and am willing to put up with any discomforts, from wet clothes to wading through knee deep water.... Its all worth it!




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Comments

  1. Beautiful photos Anu,
    my hands itch to capture these kind of photos when I see them. But now it self my hands are full hence decided to enjoy when others post them.

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  2. Anu
    As a mother we have to face lot of problems during monsoon but I also love it among all the difficulties...

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  3. Yes it seems as if the sky is changing the moods through the day.

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  4. Beautiful vies. You have shot very nicely the changing moods and colors.

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  5. Beautiful photos
    Have a nice Friday

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  6. hello.. Anu i seen ur comment in another blogs and i came to ur profile and i seen all urs blog.. its really.. nice..! and i got to know.. u like to travel and i need some information from you..!

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  7. hello... Anu i came through ur profile and i found that your interested in traveling and i hope Tamilnadu tour will help you to guide you...!

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  8. What wonderfully varied skies!

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  9. Wonderful skies. Rain is indeed a blessing.

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  10. I so agree.. Anu.. Its all well worth it... Wish we had half the monsoons.. here..

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  11. Love the last snap! The colours are so beautiful.

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  12. Lovely pics... esp the 2nd one...I like more of cloud formations :D

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  13. Absolutely beautiful captures of mother nature...

    Recently I switched to a custom domain and have lost friends on google friend connect. Request you to re-join :-)

    Pixellicious Photos

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  14. Awesome, Very Beatiful. I am Wondering How long did you wait to capture this shots

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