BLOG HOPS & CHALLENGES

Weatherbeaten #ThursdayTreeLove

When the roots are deep, there is no reason to fear the wind. African proverb During my travels in America, I saw this beautiful tree in a peaceful garden estate of the famed American architect and woodworker George Nakashima who is closely associated with the Golconde project at Auroville. Linking this with Parul’s initiative #ThursdayTreeLove… Read More Weatherbeaten #ThursdayTreeLove

FOOD

Cupcakes to die for #Flavoursome Tuesday

A cupcake is a small cake designed to serve one person, which may be baked in a small thin paper or aluminum cup. As with larger cakes, icing and other cake decorations such as fruit and candy may be applied. Wikipedia I must admit I have a weakness for cupcakes especially my three little cupcakes… Read More Cupcakes to die for #Flavoursome Tuesday

BLOG HOPS & CHALLENGES, Travel

Apple picking in the Fall

September marks the beginning of Fall – the time of year when the leaves begin to turn. It is also the time of year when summer crops are harvested. Where I come from , the leaves remain unchanged but there is a change of seasons too. The monsoons normally make a retreat and the farmers… Read More Apple picking in the Fall

Travel

A fragile beauty #Chihuly exhibition at # NYBG

Chihuly at the NYBG   The  glass sculptures of Dale Chihuly currently exhibited at the New York Botanical Garden literally left me speechless. The fragile beauty of glass contrasting starkly with the verdant parkland will forever be imprinted on my mind. It was a pleasant day, not too hot and a bit cloudy when we set… Read More A fragile beauty #Chihuly exhibition at # NYBG