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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

SKY TALES









“The multitudes of sky views,

Of quirky shapes, sizes and hues,

Incredible signage of nature’s wonders,

Turns all doubts into ash and cinders.



'T' is for Tales: Sky Tales...

Since I'm sojourning in the lap of Shivalik hills these days, I'd decided beforehand that, this post would be about my sky watch experiences during the week. I missed such scenes in the plains these last few months.


My outings happen in the evenings because of the hot sun during the day. From the road I captured the residual blazing strip of light after sun set.



Late evening when darkness was slowly engulfing the space.


Evening shot of the pine lined road and bare mountain side. The mountain had to be cut for widening the road. 

Open space in a village, with a few dwelling units doting the mountain side here and there.Though it's mid morning, the haze is intact above the hills.

Patch of clouds in a meditative mood.

Friends,welcome here as always! 


Linking to:

image-in-ing
Our World
Seasons 
ABC Wednesday 
Wednesday around the world 
Out Door Wednesday 
Nature Notes 


12 comments:

  1. Hari OM
    A refreshing outing! YAM xx

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  2. What a beautiful sunset and I would do the same if it was hot weather - Thanks you so much for sharing your outings with All Seasons! Much appreciated:) Have a marvelous week!

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  3. Lovely skies and beautiful photos for T ~ thanks,


    Happy Week ahead to you

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  4. You capture lovely sides of hills and wonderful sky view! Sunrising or set is a delight to check on mountains... enjoy your stay :)

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  5. INdeed, I never get enough of them also

    Have a nice ABC-day / week
    Melody (team ABC-W)
    Preview Round 21 starting july 12th :

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  6. I, too, love watching the skies as they produce such wonderful scenes and great beauty. Your photos are just awesome.

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  7. There are many people walking here with their dogs usually, but we have had mostly cool rainy weather. I love the mountain photos and your prose....Michelle

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