Peace of mind

Posted by Claudia Moser on 7:07 PM in , ,
With so many travels, so many time zones, too many meetings and sleepless nights, I am in search of my own peace of mind. Where do I find it? By admiring the nature, being ever surprised by its awesomeness. Just look up and let your mind wonder. The clouds are so wonderful no matter where you are, Helsinki awaits tonight.



Schauspiele der Natur sind die beste Bühne...

Lieben Gruß

Anonymous says:

Very beautiful. Thank you for sharing. :)

I enjoy watching the sky, lovely capture.

Nature is the great equaliser...beautiful photo!

I miss the clouds on a clear day, such a pretty photo.

I'm glad you found a way to be at peace. I can't even be at peace in trying to list my post on the GBE2 site.


Wonderful flow of colors in the sky

Anonymous says:

yup you know the secret!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :0) lov elove this

@Cloudy - das ist wohl wahr!
@Livingalifeoftruth - welcome!
@Eileen - the sky almost calms my eyes
@Jacqueline - well said
@Luan - thank you my dear!
@Joyce - well I am sure you will find your peace!
@Jo - :)
@Hrishikesh - a wonderful mix
@Brenda - you are great as always!

Gorgeous picture of the clouds!!


What a beautiful shot of that sky. :)

A little slice of delight and anticipation...Thanks for sharing it.

Anonymous says:

This is beautiful, very peaceful.

Anonymous says:

I love cloud pictures. This is gorgeous. Thanks for sharing

Very beautiful, Claudia!

@Kathy - we have lately amazing clouds in our town
@Ellie - the nature did all it was needed
@Tara - welcome
@KAT - that is true, very relaxing
@Tikulicious - indeed
@Pam - thanks for dropping by

This is a lovely picture

@Ritu - thank you

Anonymous says:

I couldn't agree more, Claudia! Nature is certainly the place where you can and will find "peace." :)

@Beachlover - so true!

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