Wednesday, December 07, 2011

Nature is the art of God.

Nature is the art of God. ~Thomas Browne

Walking into my terrace this winter morning, I found these dried fern leaves dangling from the pot. Gently pulling it out, what do I see?
Two beautiful christmas trees!
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I marveled at the fact that to bring the festive christmas spirit into your home you just need to turn to Mother Nature and she sends these little treasures that spread magic!

Enjoy the festive season everyone!

16 comments:

Once Upon A Tea Time said...

So lovely, Archana!

Purvi said...

so nice :)

Prachee said...

very interesting find!

Sangitha said...

Very true!!

Shanthi said...

Very true and nothing can surpass Mother nature's creativity.

i-me-myself said...

You have a beautiful blog Archana. Have wanted a slate board ever since i saw it on your blog - where can i find it in bangalore- everywhere, there's only the one with the plastic frameoat - where can i find our original ones with the wooden frame?

Arch at Rang said...

Thanks ladies:-)

i-me-myself~ I think I just got lucky when I picked up this chalkboard in a wholesale stationary shop.

Like you mentioned the one's available nowadays have the plastic frame:-|

Sudha said...

archana..u amaze me each time u come up with something...i admire ur sense to see beauty in dried twigs..u are awesome

Meera Sriram said...

Very Zen...lovely Archana! Your camera brings out the art of nature:)

Meera Sriram said...

Very zen...lovely Archana! And the art of Nature is even more beautiful through your lens:)

Ambika said...

Very few to beat you at making simple joys look so grand :) Lovely post Archana!

Designwali said...

lovely!

Marisa said...

The essence of simplicity

deepazartz said...

Simple pleasures that make Life so beautiful and worthwhile:)

Neha said...

simple yet powerful...

Sound Horn Please said...

Happy New Year Archana! I'm catching up with all my fave blogs finally :)