For the love of trees

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  1. Such a beautiful thought, Parul! I love to look at trees and green landscapes. It so peaceful and I have a thing for bare branches as well.
    Great shot!
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  2. arv! says:

    Good to learn that you love trees too! I have a project in my mind related to trees on my blog, which I hope to take up soon. I started few posts on trees, but then there’s so much happening that I lost out on that. I’m happy that i’ll be able to read your posts on trees, regularly! 🙂

  3. That was some real thinking resonating with the trees. I will tell you since I am not a camera friendly person, more than taking the photos of tress I love to gaze at them. I loved going to Indiranagar until a few months ago because of the number of old trees which dawn the roads. I also have a thing about leafless trees, about their days of glory and what all they must have seen over the years.

  4. Shanx says:

    Love the quote Parul. I love trees for the scenic greenery, and associate it with both gentle and strength. Contradictory but in appearance, they are so gentle, one with everything around, while rooted deep 🙂

  5. Vinitha says:

    That’s a lovely thought, Parul. Nature does teach us some valuable lessons. Looking forward to your tree stories. 😀

  6. Natasha says:

    I’m a nature lover and tree huger too. Your place is rejuvenating just like a steadfast tree. I reclaim my magic in their company.

    Sharing one of my posts on nature for your reading pleasure 😊

    7 Things About Nature that Makes You Thankful #ThankfulThursdays – Natasha Musing
    http://natashamusing.com/2017/01/7-things-about-nature-that-makes-you-thankful-thankfulthursdays/

  7. Shalini says:

    I love the canopies of trees here in bangalore- everytime I come here, they just amaze me and I love to look up and walk 😊

    You have described the feelings so beautifully.. it’s how I feel when I look up at a tree.

  8. Mother Nature bring the best in us. I love trees too, make it a point to plant one when I move to a new place.

  9. Esha says:

    This is wonderful, Parul. As a fellow tree lover, I shall look forward to your posts on this series 🙂 Good luck with it!

  10. Such a beautiful thought, Parul. Truth be told I hardly ever stop to think about trees or for that matter nature the way you do. But I do agree when you say trees represent resilience

  11. Shilpa says:

    Nicely described.. thry spread happiness everywhere 😊

  12. Lata Sunil says:

    Being from God’s Own Country, trees are my first love. I am sure I would love this series.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Wow….Such observations.
    Just wow!!

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