Walk with The Ellies: #WordlessWednesday

walk with the ellies October 3, 2015 We had taken a wondrous weekend trip to Wildlife SOS Agra, with a bunch of dear friends. Wildlife SOS encourages its visitors to volunteer for its rescued elephants and Indian bears. We spent two very memorable days bathing the elephants, feeding them, watching them engage in their daily … Continue reading Walk with The Ellies: #WordlessWednesday

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Gratitude for August 2018: #GratitudeCircle

August is my birthday month and I look forward to it with much anticipation. In my head I believe that August must turn out perfect. But the August of 2018 proved to be a mixed bag of surprises. Some great, and some not so great. There were challenges galore, but the month was also dotted … Continue reading Gratitude for August 2018: #GratitudeCircle

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Moon Boon: #FridayFictioneers

 Photo Credits: Gah Learner moon boonThe Airbnb accommodation is way beyond their expectations. A pristine view, overlooking the stunning Mt. Edna and a radiant moon glistening in all its glory. The fine sheers, and the ornate furniture exude love and warmth. Kaveri lies sprawled on the floral chaise, devouring the new Khaled Hosseini novel. Trisha … Continue reading Moon Boon: #FridayFictioneers

Couple Goals: #WordlessWednesday

    Couple Goals 26th June, 2016 Chanced upon this couple from Rajasthan, on our trek from McLeod Ganj to Bhagsunag falls. I have no idea what the fascinating instrument that the man played is called. The rendition was a piece of pure bliss, that resonated synchronously with the crisp mountain air.  This picture opened the … Continue reading Couple Goals: #WordlessWednesday

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Ivanka’s Land: #Fiction #FFAW

Ivanka's Land The bus trundles down the countryside, as the mist cloaks itself against the picket fences, partially blurring the view of the ruins and that one odd cottage that stands graciously, in the middle of nowhere. "Stop, please. I need to get off here," hollers Ivanka from her bus seat. "Here?" says the bus … Continue reading Ivanka’s Land: #Fiction #FFAW

A Journey of Memorable Smiles: #WordlessWednesday

  A Journey of memorable smiles April 11, 2016 Sorry folks, but this is not a high quality shot, but the memories around it are truly treasured and precious. It was taken on an iPhone, like most of my pictures are.  I was using an older version of iPhone, with a not very high-grade camera.  … Continue reading A Journey of Memorable Smiles: #WordlessWednesday

Scarlette ‘O Hara: #WordlessWednesday

Scarlette 'O Hara I was mesmerised by the stunning beauty of this flower that I rechristened Scarlette 'O Hara, as I have no clue whatsoever of its real name. I spotted this bundle of gorgeousness at Balur Estate, the coffee plantation in Chikmaglur, South India. If any of you know this beauty's real name do … Continue reading Scarlette ‘O Hara: #WordlessWednesday

Giant Figs: #WordlessWednesday

  "Life is a journey of new findings and profound discoveries"  - NatashaMusing     giant figs So, here's my back story. I discovered these giant figs in Balur Estate, the stunning coffee plantation at Chikmagalur. And to my utter surprise I discovered that figs actually grow out of the bark of a tree. I … Continue reading Giant Figs: #WordlessWednesday

Mystified: #WordlessWednesday

Mystified in the pristine, fairy tale like plantation of the 150 year-old, Balur Estate, Chikmagalur. WordlessWednesday ********** New to #WordlessWednesday, but would like to join the fun? Here’s how you can join Esha and me. Just follow our three easy steps: 1 Post a picture on your blog that speaks for itself. It could be from your … Continue reading Mystified: #WordlessWednesday

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Eight Things I’m Grateful for in July 2018: #GratitudeCircle #MondayMusings #mg

Eight Things I’m Grateful for in Jaunty July   July was pretty much uneventful, most parts of it; so I am assuming. But possibly I’m being partly judgemental. Judging my jaunty July without really considering the details-not a good idea! If I look deep into the recesses of the month, there was actually some interesting … Continue reading Eight Things I’m Grateful for in July 2018: #GratitudeCircle #MondayMusings #mg