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SkyWatch Friday - Sunlight


I took this pic when we were returning from Morachi Chincholi... I think we were somewhere on the expressway.... and I remember wishing for dark clouds and some rain, but all we could see was the sun!

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Comments

  1. The sky still looks quite dramatic.

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  2. what awesome skies..

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  3. Love the varied cloud formations and their shades...

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  4. Wow...stunning photo!Thank you for sharing and have a great weekend!

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  5. Nice post for skywatch Friday post.
    Joyce M

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  6. The gathering clouds look like they r ready for an invasion of sorts. lol

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  7. Heavenly!
    The only word for that sky!

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  8. Nice silvery cloud patterns Anu.
    Beautiful capture.

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  9. Sun peeping through clouds,silhoutted mountain and blue background...really nice.

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  10. @Mridula: yes, it does..... I loved the sun peeping from between the clouds...

    @Patty: thanks...

    @Sankara : thanks.....

    @Steffi: thanks! I just had a look at your blog, and you took me back to the days when I loved to stitch and used my mom's old sarees to practice stitching clothes for myself!!!

    @Light and Voices: thanks a lot! loved your clouds too... thats how the sky looks like here today!

    @Stan: what a way to describe the clouds!! LOL!

    @Joy: thanks so much!

    @P.N.Subramanian: thanks....

    @Indrani: thanks... yes.. the silver lining does come out, doesnt it??

    @Chitra: thanks.....

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