Day 283 – Wooden Toys

SHARE if you like what you see

Good to C but not to eat unless u want broken teeth !!

Came across one of  our rips, these are the replicas of fruits made from wood. Specialty of  Sawantwadi, a Maharashtrian village, many kinds of wooden toys can be found here for children and the child at heart !

Linked to ABC Wednesday, Wordless Wednesday. Me & My Passion

Published by Pheno Menon

I came I saw and I had fun

26 Comments to “Day 283 – Wooden Toys”

  1. Jama says:

    They look so realistic!

  2. Indrani says:

    Good lighting in this.

  3. Roger Green says:

    Wood is so cool in unexpected places.
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

  4. md says:

    Delicious fruits! 🙂

  5. Joy says:

    I like the bowl they are in too. Love wooden toys.
    Joy, ABC Team

  6. Wow, those wooden fruits look so real.
    I bet they are as tasty as they look. 🙂
    Good job!

  7. dubsters says:

    what a gorgeous photography. i really want to know how to take picture with black and white background.

  8. I thought they are real too…looks yum 🙂 Visiting from #28 of BPC, hope that you can return the visit too.

  9. Rcel says:

    Sharp photo! Very nicely taken! 🙂

    Visiting for today’s BPC!

  10. Mom's Place says:

    Look so real…it is not good to give it to the little kids, they might want to eat it. lol. Visiting from Me and My Passion. See yah!

  11. Leah H. says:

    Those looks so tempting and yummy!

    Visiting for #28 BPC! Hope you can stop by:)

  12. Pinx says:

    nice colors… they look real… visiting from BPC #28

  13. Dhemz says:

    it looks very realistic!

  14. emzkie says:

    that is so cool! i thought its plastic. =)

  15. gengen says:

    It looks real…Visiting from the challenge.

  16. January says:

    that’s very nice..:)

    Visiting from BPC # 28 Pretty White

  17. Hey There. I found your blog using msn. This is a very well written article. I will be sure to bookmark it and come back to read more of Day 283 – Wooden Toys Throo Da Looking Glass . Thanks for the post. I’ll certainly return.

  18. Jeramy Sharp says:

    Wooden toys have continued to be a common part of childhood. By the 1700’s, German toymakers began to craft a variety of play figures from wood to sell to the general public. Salesmen would travel around Europe to market their popular wood toys, taking advance orders for special occasions. Almost life-like dolls and animals were becoming favorite playthings for children all over Europe..

    Remember to go and visit our favorite blog

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Get the latest posts delivered to your mailbox:

error: Stop messing around will ya !!