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Skywatch Friday - Clouds, from a plane

Clouds have always fascinated me... from searching for shapes in their formations to eagerly looking forward to cloudy skies during flights. Which is why I am sharing these images today...





I clicked these on the flight from Mumbai to Jodhpur, when I visited Suryagarh in August...



Looking them over now makes me want to fly off again, on another trip! There are a couple of personal trips looming though, which brightens my day!


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    1. Thank you, Hans! They were absolutely irresistible to click!

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  2. These are wonderful! I especially love the first two - it's a surreal and beautiful landscape - uh, skyscape - above the clouds, isn't it? (And how do you manage to get airline seats with such clean windows?!!) :-)

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    1. Thank you so much, Laloofah! I was lucky this time to get a seat with a decently clean window... Plus, these are from my camera, which is why the quality is good.. with my mob camera, i could only see the dirt!!

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  3. Oh wow. amazing images from the sky.

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  4. Amazing cloud images.
    JM, Illinois-U.S.A.

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  5. Wow! Very dramatic clouds! Thank you for posting these images.

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  6. The first image is absolutely stunning!

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  7. Great cloud pics. I love searching for images in the clouds...it's a sign a great imagination..

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  8. Wow - amazing cloud shots.

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