I took these photos during the week before Christmas, but haven't gotten around to sharing them until now. I loved the way the cloud drifted aimlessly across the sky. It was such a calm moment in-between the calamity of Christmas planning and general life madness that I felt relaxed like I hadn't been for a long time. Watching the skies gently shift, I thought these would be the perfect photos to share as a calming reminder of winter's natural as everyone decompressed after the holiday season and we begin to look towards the New Year and the days ahead.
So, if like me, you often need a moment or two just before the festivities of New Year's Eve begin, then I hope these calming, winter blue skies and white clouds will help. I won't write much more as I want these photos to speak for themselves, but I hope you can all take 5 minutes just to breathe and relax before jumping into the weekend, and remember, it's OK to take 5 minutes for yourself, have a break, and let your mind drift for a moment, just like these clouds.
I'm linking up with Jen for Photo Friday today.
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend, that you've all enjoyed a fantastic Christmas or festive period, depending on what / if you celebrate or not and that you enjoy your New Year's Eve and the weekend as we start a new year. Here's hoping 2017 will bring with it plenty of opportunity, good times, new experiences, fun and above all happiness. There will be one more post from me here, all about the new blog, links to it and a final farewell to Through Tasha's Camera on New Year's Day, but until then, drink, be merry and have lots of fun, and Happy New Year!
See you all then!