Monika
said…

Wow that was a feast for the eyes!! Really!! I wish I had a green thumb like you. I have a lot to learn.
I love the orange accent of the bench & the iron round table is gorgeous.
How do you protect your wooden furniture from the weather?

Komal-Nishka
said…

Arch, I’m feeling so homesick looking at these pics, missing India, the rains, the people, the chais, the conversations, the rikshas, the hustle bustle 🙂

Anonymous
said…

That pic is awesome 🙂 I mean the fern!

-sharanya

Rajee Sood
said…

Hi Arch,
YOur balcony sure looks like a cozy place … and always very inviting with your cups of tea … 🙂

The Print Lover
said…

Divine pictures!

Whats the name of the plant in the left corner of pic 1? The one sort of out of focus..

Sudha
said…

hi Archana

It is raining here in atlanta..and I am with your latest post! and of course my chai ka pyala.

nice pics…:)

pRiyA
said…

Such a warm and cozy feeling looking at these pics of your balcony. Love the cactii.

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said…

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Urban Green
said…

Balcony, plants, rain and chai…and a book to read…simple joys of life!
by the way, I love the ferns and succulents you have…keep blogging!

http://theurbanbalcony.blogspot.com/

Anonymous
said…

As always Lovely Picts!!! I enjoy my balcony too 🙂

PS: Missing your Ganesha Festive Picts this year.

My Dream Canvas
said…

I feel so nostalgic and miss India during the monsoons. Your balcony and the garam chai looks heavenly !

kavitha
said…

What a refreshing post. ive been waiting for this…. 🙂
cant wait for us to move into our new apt…. hopefully our balcony there will be at least half as cosy 🙂

i have 2 wooden chairs that i wanted to put there, but am not sure of i can. what do u do when it rains? do you leave your chair out?

Sunita Mohan
said…

Love the earthy hues, Arch ! And the greenery. Where did you get those plaques? They look so cute!
My verandah is the most lived-in ‘room’ in my house. Especially during the monsoons. And summer. And, of course, winter (what litle there is of it in Mumbai) and spring!
And yes, it’s seen a lot of cups of tea in my hand too 🙂

sudha
said…

great pics..serene!

Shalini
said…

Lovely scenes, arch. I’m imagining and enjoying the rains through photos like these!

Maneesha
said…

lovely pics Archana! 🙂

Meera Vasudev Srinivasan
said…

beautiful images and beautiful balcony! you’ve made it look cozy and extremely inviting! lovely!

The Print Lover
said…

You weave magic with your camera. Lovely pics!

Priyanka
said…

Wow.. the balcony seems like anyone’s dream terrace garden. Love your terracotta-color tiles and the beautiful, antique furniture and the greens. Oh and the small ganesha and other clay items you have on your wall are gorgeous – a handicraft mela find?

Vineeta
said…

your photography archana….sigh…. you are the best & so is your balcony 🙂

D
said…

I love that balcony. But I love the photography even better. What camera do you use, Arch?

Ann
said…

Such lovely pics! I would love a place like this to escape from the world and just sip a great cup of tea.

Ishrath
said…

Hi Rang, I am throughly enjoying your blog. Great posts. Keep it up. Will check here often. You rock!!!

Removalists Australia
said…

Oh I love these photos. I feel so relaxed while looking at it. Great post!!!

Anonymous
said…

lovely! 🙂

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