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Skywatch Friday - Mountains... and more mountains

Stuck at home with loads of work, I am repeatedly heading to my comp to see the photos of my Shimla trip and sigh over all the beautiful sights.....

The mountains especially keep calling out, and I wish I could escape once again....

There is something about the sight of mountains, seemingly never-ending, especially in the winter mist, that seems to beckon...

But sigh! I am still stuck at home, looking for anything to take me away from all the work!

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  1. I know the feeling so well :D Loved the first one the most.

  2. Shimla is always delightful!

  3. Beautiful shots. I love the way you captured the contours of the mountain range.


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