A khatta-meetha take on life around me through my presbiopic eyes!
Hi Archana,This is utterly delightful and fascinating. Where was this taken?We would love you to link up with us on #WordlessWednesday. Here is the linky : https://natashamusing.com/2018/09/la-familia-wordless-wednesday-natasha-musing/Wonderful Wednesday to you. :)
Thanks Natasha! I have added this post on your blog. I saw this at a theatre in Pune. This and some other 'art' displays were created as a part of a Kala Mahotsav. It was an immediate eyecatcher and perfect for a Wordless Wednesday post :-) Happy that you stopped by!
How lovely is that! And so glad to have you link up with #WW.Also I wanted to thank you from the bottom of my heart, for sharing with me the lesser known fact, that figs are actually the inflorescence of the flower inside. Love your blog name, tell me a bit more about Yen for Blue- a very calming sound to it. :)
What a lovely capture, Archana! You must have the eye for the most unusual things, I'm sure. Never seen this before (looks super tempting to the art/stationery lover in me!) and so glad you brought us this picture and joined our linky party this week. Thanks for linking up, Archana. Looking forward to more such amazing pics from you in the coming weeks. :)
Happy to participate Natasha! Here is a little about the name of my blog! https://yenforblue.blogspot.com/2007/09/why-blue.html
Thanks for stopping by Esha! :-) This 'stationary' was about 6 feet high and quite imposing !
Quite unusual! Very eye catching .
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