In Our Winter Wonderland: #WordlessWednesday

In Our Winter Wonderland: #WordlessWednesday

“He who marvels at the beauty of the world in summer will find equal cause for wonder and admiration in winter.”

 John Burroughs










In Our Winter Wonderland: #WordlessWednesday

I hope you enjoy the glimpses of the winter wonderland in and around my home. Winter is truly an enchantress of sorts. It has me wrapped around its little fingers. And this statement is tad surprising coming from a person who used to dread winters. But I guess life changes, and so do we. 🙂

May the year of 2019 spell bliss, joy, hope, peace and an abundance of love for you and yours. 

“Cheers to a new year and another chance for us to get it right.” –  Oprah Winfrey

Cotton, my furry girl’s picture credits: Aarshia, my ten-year-old






Our linky is open now to all of you, for your smashing #WordlessWednesday posts. Please forgive me for the tardy post this time. I was away travelling and still reeling under the side-effects of attending a grand Bengali-Indian Wedding and a road trip to our ancestral home. 


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See you on the other side of the frame.

Happy #WW.




16 thoughts on “In Our Winter Wonderland: #WordlessWednesday

  1. Did you actually see that peacock???? As in, real peacock?? Wow! What an amazing creation, na?
    Loved all the other pictures, esp that one of Cotton (but, of course!) 😛

    WIsh you a beautiful new year, Natasha! Keep sharing such lovely snapshots with us….it’s a treat for the senses!

  2. Loved your pictures. I grew up in the North so I scrolled, each image brought some lovely memory of my growing up years. What a heart-warming post. I used to love winters and now Bangalore has spoiled me. 🙂
    Happy New Year, Natasha!

  3. Thank you for the lovely wishes and the lovely images that convey the warmth of a winter day! Every capture of yours seems to convey a lot. I loved the sunny winters of my childhood days and how it was always my favourite season of the year because after a long spell of rain we used to get plenty of sunshine in those colder months. I like winters in Bangalore too because they are mild and its much warmer and brighter compared to many other cities I’ve lived in.

  4. Absolutely splendid pictures! I love the depth in each image and the volumes they appear to speak even in their stillness.

    Wishing you a very happy new year, dear Nats. I am yet to reply to your wonderful mail. Will do so at the earliest.

  5. A peacock too such warm and cosy pictures. Although I am not a fan of winters, I love the feel of warm early morning sun. And lying in the grass soaking it all in. We used to do that when I was young.

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