It’s coming to an end!
Another set of 365 days is about to become history.
And we can all agree, without a faintest of doubt in our hearts, that this year of 2020 will certainly not fade from our memory bank that easily.
All that was seen, heard and understood during this year was truly one of a kind and I’m wondering what will be the 2021 like for us all as we are moving towards it, while carrying all the bizarreness of 2020.
I’m hoping for the good days and well being for everyone.
I will also remember 2020 as a year in which my city, Karachi, received the most heaviest of monsoon showers.
I was able to freshen up my heart and mind by gazing over the majestic power show of nature on the sky on a daily basis during the monsoon season and it was certainly breathtaking.
And yes, I did captured them of course and will share them with you from time to time 🙂
The above capture was taken on the morning of 28th August 2020, when clouds finally dispersed away after a raining session of more than half day long the previous day.
As the second last week of 2020 is here, I feel truly honored by the sky photos shared by these wonderful fellow bloggers for the episode #11 of Weekend Sky. Do check them out:
- Five minutes ago 19 December – bushboys world
- The battle between cloud and sun – pictures imperfect blog
- Weekend Sky #11 – Dec 19th | tbl
- Brooding — Weekend Sky #11 Dec 19 – Photos by Jez
- Weekend Sky – Philosophy Through Photography
- Horizon on Fire – One Woman’s Quest II
- Weekend sky #11 – Blair Pix 2
- The Waxing Crescent – Sgeoil
- Weekend sky #11 | nowathome
- From up above… – Heart to Heart
- Weekend Sky #11 – Dec 19th – Br Andrew’s Muses
Follow the steps below to join this challenge:
- Create a Weekend Sky post on your blog.
- Add the title of your post as Weekend Sky #(episode number) or you can use your own title, if you prefer it.
- Insert the tag of WeekendSky in your post’s Tags section.
- Create a pingback to my post by inserting my post’s link in your post or mention the link of your post in the comments section below.
- All done
I’m looking forward to see nature’s most majestic wonder from your part of world.
Wishing you a lovely weekend