Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Back to Orchids... Back to blogging...

I've taken a break from my blog for a while and recently decided to get back and start sharing again information about the beautiful orchids that I love.  I needed a break to deal with drama's of life , to travel and to attend to some pressing health issues, to learn and to experience many new concepts and understandings.

I am forever grateful for all messages that I received via this blog and happy that I was able to share with you all my love and fascination of orchids and hope that I will be able to continue to do same in the future.

Here are some pictures of my travels where I tried to capture the mystery and the energy of the places, to learn and to apply the magic of the places and the plants that native to them and to glimpse at the world that is so close to us yet so mysterious.


  1. Very nice post and even nice to see you around again. Appreciate the visit and have a good week.

  2. Klara, you live in a special corner of the world which is beautiful and exotic (for me)! I'm so glad to see you again in the blogging world! I missed you and your lovely orchids!
    The picture that is before the last one is my favorite here. As I said, exotic and gorgeous!

  3. I can't tell you how happy I am to see you on blogger!!! I hope you are in a healthy great condition now.
    Have a wonderful day.

  4. Thank you to all for your kind comments and for visiting my blog again and for allowing me to share impressions of my travels.

    The picture before the last one is from the Isle if Pines, gathering place for the local people and the wooden sculptures and totems are the "guardians" of the place.
    The area charged with unbelievable vortex of energy that commands the higher respect and somehow multiply as one gets closer to the sculptures and for that reason not many people able to withstand the vibrations. Local guide told me before approaching the area one need to live one's "personality" behind and come into the area only with "soul" vibrations - great exercise in humility.

  5. Welcome again. Beautiful photos of your travels. Best regards

  6. Welcome back to blogging! I look forward to seeing and learning more about your orchids.

    The first photo in your post was wonderful! Such a mysterious and peace filled space.

    I loved the boulder filled river too.

    I wish you love and peace.

    Thank you for visiting my blog and your kind comment. It means a lot especially at this time.


  7. I think almost every blogger I know has a break now and then, even myself. The other things in life just have to attended to sometimes, and your time becomes very precious and filled with other important things to do.

    It's great to see you back though. Whilst I don't always comment on your posts, I love to visit and scroll through your great photos. My love of Orchids is growing very, very slowly, but I do so enjoy seeing your fantastic collection.

  8. Like what you said about capturing the mystery of different places. That's one of the hardest things to do with photos, but you've done exceptionally well with these.