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Sky Watch Friday - Random Clicks from Cars and Train

Welcome back, and Wish you all a wonderful New Year!!

I am back at last from my trip - the last one of 2011 and also the first one of 2012. I was accompanied throughout by some wonderful weather, the cyclone Thane throwing no hurdles in my path, just a lot of clouds and some rain to enliven our travel! For Skywatch Friday today, here are some random scenes from my trip!








I clicked this pic from the train, fascinated by the flaming colours of the sky.
I clicked lots of pics, and this one turned up with a ghostly image of a tree! 


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Comments

  1. What beautiful captures of nature, landscape and environment.

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  2. hey Anu.. Welcome back and good to hear that Cyclone Thane dint spoil your journeys.... lovely set of pics, my fav is the 1st one, looks so dramatic and beautiful.... : )

    here's to an awesome year ahead

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  3. What a lovely series of shots. Love the fiery sky with the ghost tree!

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  4. Yes, Mridula..... the skies were too lovely all along! couldnt even capture half of it!

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  5. Thanks Aarti!! that first one was taken on spur of the moment, from bro in law's car!! surprised it came out so well!

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  6. Thanks so much! i love that one too, esp since i was so surprised by the result!

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  7. Nice shots Anu! Did you touch Chennai? Will await further posts..

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  8. Awesome Clicks , loved the first snap .

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  9. Hi Vidya, no I didnt touch chennai.. was at coimbatore and tiruppur and went to puttaparthi later...

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  10. Amazing clicks, the tree shot is magic!!

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