Stay Home

Here we are again, trying to make sense of the world, in the ways and means that work for us. Since the last time I spoke to you, my world took a wild spin on its axis, tossed me around and then neatly caught me to, well, quarantine me, for me to catch my breath and find my balance once again. Just a few months back, when you and I had thought that we were yeah so ready for the new decade, we really did not have a clue what this new decade had up it’s fancy sleeve. From fires that devastated acres and acres of land and wildlife, to the much needed & growing protests against fascism around the world and in my country, to now a blasted new virus, we are being shaken up since the day we stepped into this year. As I type away, my fifth day staying at home without stepping out or meeting anyone, hoping that all my loved ones and others stay safe, I know that I am not alone. You, I hope, are also at home, safe, and keeping others safe. Much love to all of you, and I will get back to doing what I do best here. Let me present to you views and rooms, to delight our aesthetically inclined little hearts 🙂

See you again soon. Stay home, Stay safe.

{Images: 1, 2, 3 & 7, 4, 5, 6, featured}


  1. It just feels like heaven on earth. Thanks for sharing such awesome pictures.

  2. Lovely Photos, all of them are very unique and share a story.

    – Atreyee

  3. Tordo Hélène

    Many thanks from France. You help me stay sane !!! You give so many windows on the world to keep positive about the future and have faith in mankind. Best wishes to you and courage to stay at home.

  4. Bashuli Dutta

    Where is this place…who’s property. Wonderfully done n beautifully captured by you.

  5. Tabassum

    Well said…what a beginning!!! Hope our world becomes a better place soon…and we all have to work hard for it.
    Lovely images…restful rooms

  6. Donna Godfrey-Conyers

    Wishing you grace, health and wellbeing during these interesting times. I always enjoy your photos.
    Thank you

  7. pilar

    Gracias. el encierro se hace mas llevadero con páginas como la tuya.
    un abrazo


  8. Tordo Hélène

    Thanks à millionsfor your superbs windows on a Lively Word. You are the Best remedy against despair. Take good care of you.

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