Unique Artisan Jewellery
Love it!!! How fun that there is a Connemara in India... Happy WW!http://vivieninterrupted.blogspot.com/2011/11/wordless-wednesday-project-happy-scars.html
Beautiful, I especially like her dress and the little trees in the background
"Connemara" seems so incongruous in this setting, next to "Kottayam" and "Pullumedu." Quite an Irish-Indian connection.....
nice shot! http://tinaspicstory.blogspot.com/2011/11/tinas-wordless-wednesday-18.html
Great Picture. I am an ex bus driver here in the USA.
Colorful and interesting. What are the shrubs in the background?
They're tea bushes! The lady in the photo had just finished her day picking the fresh tea leaves from the plantation, ready to be made into Orange Pekoe tea :)
Thanks Russ - did you come across many bus stops like this one?
I agree! Apparently the plantation was started by an Irishman.......
We couldn't believe it when we went to an Indian tea plantation called Connemara! Apparently it was started by an Irishman :) Thanks for dropping by!
Thanks Tina! Happy WW :)
Oooo...India! I would love to travel there!
How cool on the tea bushes. I've never seen tea grow.
Mine is not from quite so far a way, St Pancras Station!
India is definitely on my list of must see places!!!Thanks for linking up at Africa's Blog :)
What a lovely picture. I want to visit India someday.
What a lovely picture
Cool picture, for sure. I am at the train station here in Germany nearly every day, and man, it looks a LOT different. lol.
LOL! It looks a lot different to our bus and rail stations too!
India is an amazing place, especially the South!
LOL! Your photo is much better than mine Susan!
Thanks! Happy WW :)
It's one of my favourite places in the world - it's a huge country, but wherever you go the scenery is amazing and the people are wonderfu :) Thanks for dropping by!
Hi Debbie! If you ever get the opportunity, India is the most amazing country to visit - full of surprises and wonderful people!
I'd not seen them until I went to India - they just look like rather small, neat, green shrubs!
I love her beautiful grab against the tea bushes. She looks so fresh from what must be a long hard job. but I bet it smells good. thanks for stopping & linking up :) ~Faythe @ GMT~
lovely, esp her lavender against the tea bushes.
wow, this photo is powerful. love it!
Hey there! Thanks for stopping by and linking up...great pic!
Amazingly when I was this, I thought of a friend's family in Kerala! What beautiful people and a great place to visit!
Very little shade....
I've always wanted to travel to India, nice shot!
Thanks Grammy - you know, I hadn't noticed the lavender!
Oh yes, beautiful people and a wonderful place to visit Janice! Do you ever get to see your friend's family? I love Kerala!
Too true - intense heat and no shade - remarkable people!
Thanks David! Hope you get to visit India some day :)
lovely photo :)
Thanks for hosting - I'll pop over to your etsy as i love your delicate designs.
Live The Dream Motorhome Hire offer a wide range of Motorhome Hire Manchester for Hire in and around the Cheshire area.
It's interesting how something so normal like a bus stop can look so different in a foreign country.Joycehttp://joycelansky.blogspot.com
Clock Garage Spondon introducing new and Used Cars Derby. team of highly skilled sales and aftersales experts is also available to assist you throughout the life of your vehicle ownership.
I so want to get to India one day. Very expressive photo!
Someone once said that comments are like chocolates - you can never eat just one. As a chocoholic, I love to dip into your replies, and always respond to as many comments as I can! Erika x