Experiencing one strange monsoon season here!
The one which kicked off in September, instead of June or July.
The one in which rainfall isn’t frequent.
The one which is ending in a heatwave.
But despite all of these factors, the views on the sky are truly wonderful.
Especially yesterday when parade after parade of white fluffy clouds just kept on marching over the sky.
I was in my office and didn’t got enough time to capture some snaps or even make a time-lapse video, which would have been awesome.
This one is from the 1st week of September though.
I’m sure weather at your side is pleasant. The fall season is about to make an entrance, so plenty of fallen leaves in the gardens and sideways.
But right now, let’s head over to the weekend with a hope of pleasant weather for everyone.
And do check out these amazing sky captures as shared by fellow bloggers for episode #41 of Weekend Sky:
- The Sky above Mainz – pictures imperfect blog
- 5 Minutes ago – 11 September – bushboys world
- Weekend Sky #41, Sept 11, 2021 | lifelessons – a blog by Judy Dykstra-Brown
- Foreboding – Philosophy Through Photography
- wes 11 september#41. – Andrews Gallery 3
- Morning Sky – Sgeoil
- Hammadrais-Weekend-Early-Morning – WoollyMuses
- visiting with lions – Touring My Backyard
- WES-bonus-#41 – Andrews Gallery 3
- Into The Storm – One Woman’s Quest II
- Weekend sky #41 – nowathome
- weekend sky – A Meditative Journey with Saldage
- Weekend Sky | A Day In The Life
- 39021. Sunset on Canon Beach, Oregon • One Million Photographs
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 🙂