02 August, 2019

Outside my window #WordsMatter

Outside my window? Thanks to the beautiful nature, I get to see a lot outside my window. Every season changes the scenery but all amaze me equally.

By the way, I reside in a beautiful mountain town called "Colorado Springs " in USA. I get to see mountains every day from our window. How cool is that!

Being from a tropical country near equator, I haven't experienced snow in my life until I reached 28 years. So, I love watching mountains covered with snow. It gives me a feeling that the nature is so pure and Iam grateful to be able to experience it.



If you have assumed the above pic is a wallpaper,  you are mistaken.  Ofcourse, the photo is stylized by Google photos, but this is the real view.



Gorge on the views of snow peaked mountains!

When schools start for my kids, I won't get much time to cherish the beauty of nature but I dream of sipping coffee by the window-side , reading a good thriller any morning without worrying about preparing breakfast. It's not often that these kind of dreams come true,  sigh!

Our duckies also enjoy the window-side!


Weather is not always awesome here. A snow blizzard like this might blind our view sometimes.

This means no school on that day. Opportunity to sleep more 🙂

This also means, we have to clean our car for 15 mins scraping the snow and turning on heaters until hands come back to normal after freezing with cold.


You see! Nature can show it's both sides.

Now, it's summer! The view is completely different. I don't have a picture though to show you. The mountains turned green with trees now. A good sight!

What do you see outside your window? Anything interesting? Do share in comments.

Until next time,






I received this tag from Pragun at https://praguntatwa.com/.
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28 comments:

Amrita said...

Aah those snow capped mountains.They do make me feel happy every time I see them on your blog.Now for some summer pics

Shilpa Garg said...

The snow capped mountains can be seen right from your window... wow!! That's super amazing.
If I had this view, I would sitting in front of my window 24x7. LOL :D

Shalini R said...

Oh my my my! It's almost similar to my place during winters. Brilliant view! Thank you for participating in the bloghop! Hope you have fun!

Pragnya said...

It must be a view of watching snow-capped mountains and later seeing them as green landscapes.

Suzy said...

What a beautiful view. I love mountains and hills.
dropping by from the bloghop

Pr@Gun said...

Wow, such beauty outside the window, I may not get up from there with a book in hand and endless cups of coffee/ tea and numerous thoughts with nature beside me.

Corinne Rodrigues said...

I've never experienced snow and am always in awe of how beautiful it looks. But like you said, I'm sure there's a downside to it as well.
Thank you for sharing the beautiful views you have.

Anagha Yatin said...

A view of the Colorado Spring mountains is fantastic Mahathi. You have such a strong company! It was a pleasure read as I got glimpses of various views from your window.

bellybytes said...

I can imagine how excited you were the first time you saw snow. I was thrilled beyond imagination when I first spied my snow covered mountain. But experiencing a snow storm is no fun indeed especially when you are home bound and waiting for the weather to clear up.

Vinay Leo R. said...

I'm yet to experience snowfall :) Maybe one day. That would be wonderful to see outside my window for sure. If a photo can make one excited for snow, then the real deal would be so much better.

Shilpa Nairy said...

Wow. Its awesome view. I wish to experience snow soon.

Mahathi Ramya said...

Sure Amrita, will post summer pics soon.

Mahathi Ramya said...

Ha ha .. I know, shilpa, would be wonderful to sit by the window and watch till dark.

Mahathi Ramya said...

My pleasure to participate in this blog hop Shalini.

Mahathi Ramya said...

Yes Pragnya thanks for dropping by.

Mahathi Ramya said...

Thanks Suzy

Mahathi Ramya said...

A coffee, good book and nice view, I agree it's a great combination Pragun.

Mahathi Ramya said...

Right Corinne and I heard that people staying in places where it snows months and months get depressed itseems as they cannot go outside for a long time.

Mahathi Ramya said...

Thanks Anagha.

Mahathi Ramya said...

True Sunita, first snow experience is unforgettable.

Mahathi Ramya said...

True Vinay. Thanks for dropping by.

Mahathi Ramya said...

Thanks Shilpa.

Jyothi said...

Just wow! I love love love snow. I experienced it for the first time last winter in Chicago! I was there for a few months and absolutely enjoyed it! Even the difficulties dealing with snow and commute! I guess over time that excitement might die off! But oh my! I love the snow! Did I say that before?

Obsessivemom said...

The view is definitely beautiful but I'm not sure I'd like the extreme cold. It's a tough tradeoff - the beauty of snow vs the cold.

Nabanita said...

The view from your window is so beautiful, Ramya. It's like a fairy tale. Oh, all these posts made me think how much living in an apartment robs from you. Sigh!

Anamika Agnihotri said...

You have a picture-perfect window. I loved the large size images and the first picture makes it difficult to not see it as a postcard. It doesn't look real and I guess that's the beauty of the place you live in.

Parul said...

I would love to live in Colorado Springs. Or may be come visit you. :) I love the mountains and growing up I did not see much of them. But now, when I get a chance - VT and I head to the Himalayas. Your views are amazing and I loved the siz you chose to share. They bring out the beauty of the place. Thanks for joining, Ramya. You made #WordsMatter beautiful :)

Geethica said...

I actually thought those are pictures taken from some free sites. Beautiful view from your window. Though I would like to see summer photos as well.

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