Be Like a Flower | #WordlessWednesday – w/Linky

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“I believe in you.” Words that water flowers.



New to #WordlessWednesday but would like to participate? Well, here’s how you can join Natasha and me. Just follow our three easy steps:

  1. Post a picture on your blog that speaks for itself. It could be from your adventures, experiments, life’s quirky moments, travels or just plain random shots. Or absolutely anything that stoked your being. Or made you think.
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  3. We’d love it if you read, comment and share all the posts linked here.

See you on the other side of the frame. Happy #WW. 




  • Sanch @ Sanch Writes


    Love the vibrant purple!

  • Obsessivemom


    That’s beautiful. Blues and purples are rather unusual colours for flowers and I love this one.

  • anouradha


    Lovely picture….

  • Chandra


    Beautiful and purple! Woohoo!

  • Anne@Headfullofbooks


    So sweet. I love love sweetpeas. They smell so good, too. My WW Post

  • Parul Thakur


    What a lovely one! So delicate and I love that color. Beautiful one today, Esha!

  • Catscue Catmom


    Very nice.

  • Gattina


    That’s a very beautiful flower !!

  • Reema Dsouza


    That is a lovely picture! Watching flowers bloom from a tiny bud is a wonderful experience!

  • Alana


    Lovely flower! Trying to figure out what it is. “Peacock flower” sounds like a good name.

  • stevebethere


    Nice photo and quote 🙂

    Have a bloomingtastic week 🙂

  • Shilpa Gupte


    Is it the Peacock flower? We had it in our garden when I was a kid and there used to be so many of these blooms! I liked it a lot and often wondered its name. Finally, I named it the peacock flower…:)

  • Roshan Radhakrishnan


    I believe in you can be the strongest words someone can hear in their weakest moments

  • Debbie D.


    Lovely shade of purple! It’s finally starting to feel like spring. Thank you for hosting this link party.

  • Rajlakshmi


    It looks so delicate… Lovely capture Esha.

  • Natasha


    Dearest Esha,

    My favourite Aparajita. Ma left the seeds behind for me in her drawer. I picked them up and Alok planted them in our terrace garden. They bloomed like there was no tomorrow last Autumn. 🙂

    Btw, we both have a “wordless” post for a change. Synchronicity I say. <3

    Lots of love and hugs for a blessed week ahead!

  • Anamika Agnihotri


    This flower is from your balcony garden, isn’t it? It must be a good reason to be happy to see flowers bloom in your own garden.

    I wish you a relaxed week ahead.

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