A Dreamy Sunset in the Forest Meadows: #WordlessWednesday

A Dreamy Sunset in the Forest Meadows: #WordlessWednesday

“Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add colour to my sunset sky.”

– Rabindranath Tagore











A dreamy sunset in The forest meadows

I was on a twelve-day jaunt to the forests recently. From the day I arrived, it continued to pour cats and dogs, without a break. Then, one fine evening the sun graced us with it’s jubilant glow. A surreal sunset was bestowed upon the forest meadows.

We trudged down to the river bank, of the stunning Denwa Backwater Escape that lies in a warm, serpentine embrace of the meandering Denwa river. The sunset was glorious that evening. Some of us just stood there transfixed, savouring the sights and sounds.

The setting sun and the wispy clouds had cast a magical spell upon the sky. The expansive Satpura hills hinged in the background, sprawling across the horizon.

All we mere mortals could do was marvel at this befitting treasure, bequeathed upon us.



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20 thoughts on “A Dreamy Sunset in the Forest Meadows: #WordlessWednesday

  1. Natasha,

    Do you know I stopped by on Wednesday but then I totally forgot to leave a comment! *smack forehead* This week is a whole of chaos and sadness with three routine doctor appointments and learning an aunt I was closed to passed away. I shall survive. Life is for the living. In my sorrow I find happiness knowing my loved one no longer suffers and is in the arms of Jesus.

    I love your beautiful sunny pictures, especially your first shot. You captured a lovely sunburst of light shooting off with your lens. The landscape adds a coziness to the scene, too. I also like your last photo of the sun-streaked sky. I love seeing shades of pinks, purples, and oranges. It looks like an artist dragged his brush through several colors on his paint pallet. 🙂

    Have a joyful and blessed day, dear-heart! 😉

    1. Dearest Cathy,

      I’m so sorry to hear about your Aunt. Praying for her to rest peacefully in almighty’s loving arms.

      What happened? Why doctor appointments. Please take good care as I send you tons and tons of happy vibes and big love.

      I’m glad you liked the pictures. They were indeed a delight to behold. My time in the forests were the most blessed.

      You have yourself a sunny week ahead. I hope things are looking up for you this week and the stars are twinkling upon you. ♥️♥️

    1. Oh I couldn’t agree more dear Veronica. Thank you so much for swinging by.

      Sunsets are my favourite too. Think I’m a little more biased towards them than the sunrise.

      Have a great week ahead!✨

    1. Yes, it was all so surreal and precious.

      Never watched the forests so closely unfolding out their glorious treasures. 12 days of uninterrupted bliss indeed.

      Big hugs, dear one.

  2. Absolutely amazing and a one-of-a-kind experience, dear Natasha! So happy for you and hopefully there’ll be more such stories in the coming weeks that you’ll share with us.
    Did I tell you the beautiful sunset shots in the heart of Nature is something that we all need more of, as we struggle for existence in our concrete jungles?

    1. Yes I’m biased towards sunsets too.
      They help me reclaim myself and are my power dose of optimism.
      And sunsets in the lap of pristine nature are such a bonus.

    1. You will find an unexplained form of joy and witness transformative change the day you do. I can promise you that Doc.
      Must, must do absolutely.
      Thanks for swinging by.

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