Blue and Gold

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We all live under the same sky, but we don’t all have the same horizon. 

A shot of the sky from last week, just after a heavy downpour. It was close to sunset and the sky had turned into a pretty picture of grey and gold. A few mindful minutes did magic to my soul. I watched the changing colours and grabbed this shot on my phone just before stepping out for the evening. By the time I was back, it was pitch dark but I was glad that inspite of so much going on in my life right now, I had taken a few minutes to appreciate nature and soak in the sights. There are days when life looks bleak but thankfully, some days, hope fills in, to bring in that much-needed respite from the grey overbearing heaviness that has come to be a part of my living moments.

‘This too shall pass’— I chant this to myself every day and find myself looking forward to a time when the fog will lift and things will begin to clear up and light and happiness will fill our lives again. In the meantime, life goes on..


Click here to view my previous #Skywatch posts.

If you enjoy glimpses of beautiful skies from across the world, don’t forget to visit #SkywatchFriday. Keen to join in, yourself? It’s super easy. Post your sky captures on your blog, add your link here and have fun.

Happy Skywatching and have a wonderful weekend. See you next week! 🙂


  • Alana


    I hope sharing your photography helps the blue period lift. You are an excellent photographer and I enjoy the photos you share with us.

    • Esha M Dutta

      Thnks, Alana. Yes, it surely does wonders to the mind and soul. I am so glad you enjoy my photos. Your appreciation made my day, Alana. <3

  • thomas


    Lovely rows of cloud

    • Esha M Dutta

      Thank you very much, Thomas.

  • PETER B.


    Beautiful photo! So true how we all share the same sky but have very different horizons.

    • Esha M Dutta

      Thank you very much, Peter.

  • Pratikshya Mishra


    I have always loved your Skywatch series- the beautiful photographs and the words. “This too shall pass” – a mantra that helps us hang in there, have hope and live on.

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