Wordless Wednesday #9

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The railway lines had a story to say in this ‘new normal’ phase – they were the stories of nature at its best. Fragrances of flowers fill the earth with beautiful red blossoms touching the incoherent spaces of our minds, hearts and souls.

This picture credits are not mine, but tweeted under ‘Ministry of Railways’ my belief. This mesmerising scene is at Melattur station in ShoranurNilamburPalakkad division of Kerala.

This picture was shared in Twitter. The vibrant colours stole my heart and had the urge to steal the pictures and share it here. I’d to redesign my normal weekly blog hop and redraft #WordlessWednesday. Lately I’ve joined hands with mysoultalks and Natashamusing ! All you need to read is their guidelines. Check them out in here.

In case you’ve missed my previous post of #WordlessWednesday

-KikzBee 2020




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  1. “The red carpet” but none to walk on it. Its laid out for the happiness in the air as nature heals 🙂

    I had got these pics on WA from a friend. Loved them instantly. The Gulmohar actually brightens up the surrounding.

    These pics took me back to Coonoor where the railway tracks were strewn with the bright African Tulip blooms.

    Have a colorful weekend Jensy!


  2. This is a carpet of magic indeed. Gulmohars or Royal Poincianas, are incredibly fascinating. I had posted a few of the Gulmohar tree pictures in one of my #WW posts. Check them out here. These were from our condo.


    Thank you so much for joining us with this breathtaking post for #WW.

    Have a florally fragrant week ahead. 🙂

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    1. Thank you Zina! Looks like shoeflower to me. Since the quality of the pictures are less, not so sure. Well, this is much needed picture in midst of this pandemic… glad you liked it…
      Love.. kikz

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  3. I’m glad you shared these pictures, Jensy! I couldn’t take my eyes off the picture-postcard railway station and those tracks with petals strewn all over them. So breathtakingly beautiful!!!

    Thank you for joining us this week, Jensy.
    Happy #ww and a great week ahead, to you!

    Best wishes

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