Saturday, March 31, 2012

Saturday Snapshot: March 31, 2012

Tea Gardens

Close up of Tea Gardens
 With my brother, SIL  and Mom

Taken when I was holidaying in South of India last week!
Posted for Saturday Snapshot, hosted by Alyce of At Home With books

27 comments:

Helen's Book Blog said...

I also posted photos of a tea garden this week!

Trish said...

Tea! I've never seen a real tea garden before. Thanks for the picture :)

Susan Lindquist said...

I am reading 'For All the Tea in China' right now, so your photos have really given me a mental picture of the area of the world that this book addresses (India and China's development of tea cultivation) ... thanks! Looks like it was a wonderful jaunt for your family!

Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow said...

I've only seen the tea gardens in parks, like Golden Gate Park in SF.

Lovely!

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Yvonne Osborne said...

I love the tea garden. Awesome photos.

Kay said...

Very nice. I love the peaceful look of it.

Deepali said...

I LIVE in south india! Hope you enjoyed touring this area :)

(Diane) Bibliophile By the Sea said...

This looks like a great place to relax

bermudaonion said...

It's beautiful and you all look so happy.

Kaye said...

Love it! The closest I've been to a tea garden comes in a bag with a tag on it. Ha ha

Eva @View from the Hillside said...

Lovely. I've never seen tea plants before, just the dried variant.

Alyce said...

It looks so relaxing!

Cheryl @ Tales of the Marvelous said...

So is this tea in its natural habitat? :)

Cathy said...

My first time seeing a tea garden-- thank you! :-)

sim@chapter1-take1 said...

Lovely! Thanks for stopping by my blog.
By the way how do you add the "here's my Saturday Snapshot" without showing the whole url? I love that!

Pooch said...

It appears that you enjoyed a lovely holiday. What a luscious setting at the tea gardens.

:)

Paulita said...

When I saw the title tea gardens, I thought it would be a tea house for drinking tea. I never even thought of the place where tea is grown. Is that what it is?

Bookzilla said...

Those tea gardens look so cool and refreshing. I hope you had fun on your holiday!

Jake said...

Thanks so much for dropping by and visiting.
India is on my bucket list to visit.

Vicki said...

I've never been to a tea garden. It looks like such a relaxing place to visit.

It looks like you are all having a good time!

Cath said...

What wonderful photos. Not often I get to see photos from India. Everyone looks so happy in the last one.

Lisa@ButteryBooks said...

Lovely photos!

Louise said...

Great photos! The tea gardens look interesting.

Leslie said...

This is the first time I'm seeing a tea garden, too. Very peaceful and relaxing.

Staci said...

So lush and green!!!

Stacy at A Novel Source said...

what a gorgeous tea garden and what a great looking family you have there!

stacybuckeye said...

You look so cute! Love the hat :)