A sight for sore eyes #FridayReflections

Mother Nature is amazing. The last few days, I’ve been awestruck by the changes in the sky at dawn and twilight. There’s the fiery orange of the sky when the sun rise behind the mountains. And at twilight, I’ve seen the pink hues in a blue sky leave a purple reflection on the river. I haven’t been able to take pictures as I have been driving. But gazing at the sky is energising at both those times of the day.

Here are some gems from Mother Nature in the past few months:

If these aren’t a sight for sore eyes, I don’t know what is.

If you are new to Friday Reflections, here’s what it’s about. It’s the end of the week, you’re probably exhausted with work, and all you want to do is sit back, put your feet up, sip on some fancy cocktail or wine, and write away.

Corinne from Everyday Gyaan and yours truly give you one writing prompts a week to blog about and link up every Friday. The link will be open till the Monday. After you link up, be sure to spread the love by visiting other bloggers who have linked up too.

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The prompt for this week is ‘A sight for sore eyes’

Our prompt for next week, 18th August is “No bird soars too high if he flies on his own wings” – William Blake’ Use this quote in your post or as an inspiration for one

Until next time,

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  • The Unknown Journey Ahead
    12 August 2017 at 7:56 am

    There is just something about sunrises and sunsets, especially over water. The quality of the sunlight is so special, so perfectfor photography.