Every cloud has a silver lining

The saying, ‘Every cloud has a silver lining’, as we all know, is used to mean that even in a bad situation, there is something good.

Often Clouds have been related to bad emotions like misfortune or when we say the situation is cloudy, we mean that it is unclear and murky.

Though often associated with gloom and darkness, there is much more to clouds than just this. Their traveling across the skies is a delightful sight. Their varied shapes mean different things to different people. They scatter light and paint the sky in varied colors. Some associate clouds with dreams, illusions, and mystery, while others relate them to inspiration, high spirits, and height. It is interesting how they represent so many different emotions or states of mind.

In continuation to my first post about clouds, I am posting my few other clicks of Clouds from the Hills. Clouds 2.0




clicked at a sunset



Clicked in Monsoon, clouds contrasting beautiful drives



clicked from inside a cloud( almost!)



Clicked from Landour



sun trying to overpower the clouds



a clear winter cloudy sky



clouds spread over in monsoon making Dehradun valley invisible



few little clouds in a hurry contrasting the peaceful stagnant valley



“A cloud does not know why it moves in just such a direction and at such a speed, it feels an impulsion… this is the place to go now. But the sky knows the reason and the patterns behind all clouds, and you will know, too, when you lift yourself high enough to see beyond horizons.”

– Richard Bach










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