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Skywatch Friday - The Sun, playing Hide and Seek!

It's been a while since I have posted here, for various reasons, and what better way to break this silence than this beautiful scene from our trip to Shirdi last week?

The tree, the sun, the clouds, and the play of light, as the sun hid behind the clouds... they all make for a wonderful sight, do they not?

Which makes this post perfect for Skywatch Friday! For more beautiful skies from around the world, visit the Skywatch Page!


  1. It is a wonderful sight indeed...
    Nature is a relentless artist and poet, according me...

    Thanks for sharing!

    1. Thank you, Locomente! You have put it so beautifully... Nature indeed is a relentless artist and poet :-)

  2. Beautiful photos, well done!

  3. Love those rays and that lone tree.

  4. The last one is my favorite!

  5. Hi Anuradha

    I'd say the solo photo of a lone tree is what makes this image such a powerful one... A plain sky would have looked bland. Very creatively captured

    1. Thank you, Ritesh. I totally agree with you. The tree is the hero of the pic :-)


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