Friday, 11 November 2011

On the porch ...

bell
Devendra Banhart and Vetiver

Tibetan prayer flags
Spell and the gypsy

chillin on the porch with a glass of wine :)



Kathryn Island
Love that chair

wooden porch
Wooden porch

I don't have a porch but if i did .....


18 comments:

Home Interiors said...

Where's this place? Is this in Tibet? Paradise!

melwa said...

god, i can't really figure out how i could survive a few months back when i knew nothing about your blog! it's so magical and beautiful.

Moon to Moon said...

O thank you Melwa xxx

Cheska said...

A beautiful, magical and immensely inspiring blog post, as usual :) I love the freedom of space and mind in these pictures, with the security of home behind you, true beauty xx

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Monica said...

beautiful.
that 4th one brings back memories in australia.... sigh

Nichole said...

the oft-forgot porch. wonderful series, thank you for posting!

penelope said...

the wooden porch! ahhhhh.....accidental-feeling perfection

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Barbara said...

Porches have such soul, don't they? They demand nothing of us but relaxation and reflection. Thank you!

the wild magnolia said...

These places know my name, they are calling me, I want to go.

Thank you for sharing this......

Linda said...

LOVE this post...I love porches and my best memories of family involve porches!!! I miss mine from my northern home... Thanks for posting this ..brought back such sweet memories...

Linda :)

uni-verse said...

i just had 9 back-to-back eyegasms ...thank you!!

hippiebohoreloaded. said...

that wooden chair's amazing! what a lovely, chilly flair... how i miss summer

aroluna said...

as always, your oh so beautiful blog makes me feel a little nostalgic of past times and dreams. Thank you for your gathering...

Vix said...

Oh for a wooden porch, a sunset and a warm breeze right now. x

Glycine blanche said...

Thank you for this magical moment.

Kate said...

oh so beautiful. i really wish i had a porch! i love prayer flags. i loved seeing them strung around everywhere when i visited nepal. i hang them around my apartment, but it's just not the same!

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Gia Nguyên said...

Hello,

I really want to know where was the first picture taken at (the bell hung on the roof of the temple or pagoda)?
Does anyone have any ideas?

Thank you,

Moon to Moon said...

I think it is The Taktsang Monastery xx