La Familia: #WordlessWednesday



La familia

29 May, 2017

The summer of 2017 was a remarkable. La familia took a road trip to the lush, cooler climes of Uttarakhand from Gurugram, where the summer heat was refusing to beat a retreat. 

One of our pit stops was my birth place; the stunningly, verdant Pantnagar University, before we headed out to mountains of Dhanachauli. This shot was taken upon our arrival at the captivating property where, we were put up. The cottage and the clouds in the backdrop were home for a few days.

Our olfactory senses were over-joyed with the crisp mountain air, the sweet-smelling apples and pears that grew in abundance, the wild mountain flora, and the towering pines that stood steadfast and strong. Here’s the three of us enjoying a “la Familia” moment, immersed in in the calm and serenity of the mighty Himalayas. The little tyke was missing as she was running around the property, doing a recce for us. 

Enchanting got a new definition, that surreal morning. 



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13 thoughts on “La Familia: #WordlessWednesday

  1. Sonia Chatterjee says:

    This picture is beautiful at so many levels. Be it the gorgeous beauty of nature, the quiet family time that you seem to be enjoying and the fact that all of you are looking in the same direction. I hope you continue creating more such memories.

    Just linked up my post with WW.

  2. Vinitha says:

    Lovely photo, Natasha. Beautiful memories. Loved the angle of this shot. Who captured this shot?
    I am a little late to join, but here I am linking. 🙂

  3. Esha M Dutta says:

    I love the poetry in words, Natasha, that only your wordless post can create in the most beautiful way possible! Love the angle and the composition of this unusual shot! Makes me want to see this picture on the cover of a book by you someday (Yes, you never know, what’s coming next, do you? :)) Can imagine the idyllic surrounds of the place where you grew up —the traces of which you still bear in your thoughts and memories and what better way to relive those childhood days than visiting the birthplace once again?! I’d love to do that someday, too! And, the icing on the cake is the treasured family time…totally indispensable and absolutely worth it, I’d say.

  4. arv says:

    Looks like you guys had quite some time. Most popular hill stations are the worst places in the summers. Offbeat, it has to be!

    • Natasha says:

      Totally offbeat it has to be. Can’t imagine going to over-crowded holiday destinations, anytime at all. Holidays spell peace and calm, far from the maddening city crowd; not jostling for space with a bunch of over enthusiastic tourists.

      Thanks Arvind for stopping by.

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