"Tomorrow's harvest depends upon today's ploughing and sowing"--- Chinmayananda Saraswati We came across this farmer ploughing his field on our way to Bhimashankar. My son being a city born had never seen anything like this before. He was amused and surprised to learn that so much effort and hard work goes behind growing the grains … Continue reading Plough #WordlessWednesday
"A flower blossoms for its own joy"....Oscar Wilde Every morning, I go for a walk to a small garden, adjacent to my home a strange calmness engulfs me I look at the flowers, blooming in various shapes and hues, and stare at the various shades of green, watch the early birds getting the worms … Continue reading Morning Glory- #WordlessWednesday
Bhutan is often called the "Land of Serenity". It is not an exaggeration because the moment you land in Bhutan you can see how peaceful the country and its people are. I do not want to write a lot to describe Bhutan's serenity and would rather leave a few photos for the readers to see … Continue reading Serenity- #writebravely #celebratewritetribe
During my recent trip to France, I was fascinated by their tree-lined roads. Later on, I came to read that there are lots of theories as to why France has so many tree-lined roads and whose idea they were in the first place. Many think that the Romans are responsible. It’s true that many of … Continue reading French Tree-Lined Road
I came across this Christmas Tree in one of the bookshops in Rome, Italy. This is a dream tree for any bibliophile and I loved every bit of it. Joining Natasha and Esha for #WordlessWednesday.
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These images were captured in our neighborhood garden. I loved the natural spring bouquet. Do you like it? Please leave a comment below. Linking this post to #WordlessWednesday hosted by Esha. Do you have some amazing photos to share? All you got to do is post a picture that speaks for itself. Once done, please … Continue reading Spring Bouquet #WordlessWednesday
This image was taken on Charles Bridge, Prague. Linking this to Wordless Wednesday