Of Pixies, Elves and Fairytales: #WordlessWednesday 61
Of Pixies, Elves and Fairytales
Here’s how you can join Esha and me for some #WordlessWednesday fun.
Well, all you got to do is just follow our three simple steps:
1. Post a picture that speaks for itself. The photos could be from your adventures, experiments, life’s quirky moments, travels or just plain, simple random shots. Absolutely anything that stoked your being.
2. Add our badge to your post. Yes, we now have a brand new one to show off.
3. Do read, comment and share the posts of your hosts and the other fellow bloggers. Ideally as many as possible, because this is a great opportunity to connect with like-minded folks who love to share their stories through their photos.
In turn, we promise to visit every post in this link up and spread the fun. See you on the other side of the frame.
Happy #WordlessWednesday, until next week!
22 thoughts on “Of Pixies, Elves and Fairytales: #WordlessWednesday 61”
Thanks for the visit, Natasha, I did start WW last year but abandoned it for some reasons. Hope to post as and when I can.
Beautiful display of flowers. I don’t envy the person who has to water those pots, perhaps more than once a day.
I keep thinking of starting this every week and then miss out. Will do so from next week if the AtoZChallenge does not overwhelm
That will be fabulous Doc, look forward to your participation. Would love to savour your Wordless posts. 🙂 See you soon!
Oh, this is so pretty, Natasha. Looks like a perfect place to unwind and relax. Those pretty flowers, ah! Such bliss!!
Yes, that is one very blissful place, called Abhibindu. A place to mediate, relax, unwind and just be mindful to the moment. That’s there tree house that you see. 🙂
So beautiful, Natasha. Where is this?
This is a lovely little place called Abhibindu, in the by lanes of Sultanpur, Delhi. A retreat for mediation and holistic healing. It’s like taking a journey similar to Alice in Wonderland, getting lost in the narrow by lanes and suddenly chancing across this tiny red gate that leads you into this beautiful place of relaxation and calm. 🙂
Thank you for coming by Vinitha. 🙂
Oh, this is so beautiful. I would have loved to spend time there with a book maybe 🙂
I did just that and also have sat and written many of my blog posts here Naba. 🙂 Thank you for stopping by and sharing your two bits. 🙂
..and that’ss such a pretty pretty place! Thanks for sharing the pic, Natz 🙂
Thank you so much Shalzzz for stopping by and commenting. 🙂
The layout is so pretty. Beautiful capture.
Yes, it is a very pretty place to get lost in Raj 🙂 Thank you.
What a lovely place, I can definitely see the magic.
Yes, Rachel magical in the true sense. Thank you so much for swinging by. Totally appreciate your comment. 🙂
This does look like a magical garden where I’d meet a pixie or elf ( or Enid Blyton ?)
Ha! Ha! Yes totally dear Sunita 🙂
Such a green and happy place. I would love to live here 🙂
I have joined this week and looking forward to read many posts on the blog hop!
Thank you so much for joining dear Parul. So happy to have you with us. We can’t wait to savour your outstanding captures.
Yes, this is definitely one place to let go and live happily ever after. 🙂