Friday, September 25, 2009

Madrid Diary - The Iberian Sky

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The Madrid Sky

Poetry in the heavens.

[Text and pictures by Mayank Austen Soofi]

When I’m back in Delhi, everything about Madrid will fade with time, except the sky. I had imagined that the sky is at its best when it’s deep blue. But the Madridi sky gives different hues in different times of the day and looks stunning no matter whether it’s cloudy or not. In fact, it’s the clouds that add to the city’s sensuousness. Their changing pattern makes the sky appear a sort of poetry. While some Madridis told me that the heavens looks this way the year round, a very few confided that I’m lucky to be here in September. The magic is partly because of the month. Just look. You will never see such a sight in Delhi.


The Madrid Sky

The Madrid Sky

The Madrid Sky

The Madrid Sky

The Madrid Sky

The Madrid Sky

The Madrid Sky

The Madrid Sky

The Madrid Sky

The Madrid Sky

The Madrid Sky

The Madrid Sky

The Madrid Sky

The Madrid Sky

The Madrid Sky

The Madrid Sky

The Madrid Sky

The Madrid Sky

The Madrid Sky

The Madrid Sky

The Madrid Sky

The Madrid Sky

The Madrid Sky

Good Good!

The Madrid Sky

The Madrid Sky

3 comments:

Rajiv said...

wow superbb.lens man sooofi mayaaaankkkkkkkkkk

Raluca Sidon said...

I was sure you will be impressed by the european sky. Besides, you were lucky enough to see the September Light. This is heavenly bright and melancholic light, clear skys with only decorous clouds, making all the colours more guilded and vibrating.

heena said...

you surely had fun, boss.