When I sailed thru the clouds…

There’s a staunch train lover in me, esp by the 2nd class. The wind that hits my face, the flying hair, the changing scenery and the non-stop chatter – yup, Iam a big fan.

But love for air travel happens when the cloud-gazer in me gets ample dose of amazing white and grey scenery, high up above the Earth. Sigh…absolute bliss!

To begin with, it was a comet that flew with us for sometime!

There was this mammoth in a funny clown’s cap with large eyes looking up at the flying object. Swarms of fish, a long black snake, a proud lion, Aslan, like the one in Narnia – absolutely fun time identifying different things in the cloud patterns. Not to forget the many mountains which kept changing shapes every now and then.

Remember Avatar movie? And how the whole landscape was – flying rocks, sea, a huge tree and all. It was like watching a similar scene high up there but all in the form of clouds.


I was breathless in wonder!

It was like I sailed through the clouds, sitting in a window seat while the fluffy cottons passed beside me! How I wish that I was able to catch hold of some and bring it back to reality to show it to all 🙂

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A Stay At Home Mom trying desperately to make a difference, in whatever I do !!!
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4 Responses to When I sailed thru the clouds…

  1. Vinay Leo R. says:

    You and clouds… match made in the skies. 😀 How beautiful is this post, and it makes me breathless too, esp. the photographs!

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  2. My Era says:

    Clouds spell love to me. I love flights for my love for cloud formations 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

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