Thursday Tree Love #5

16 Responses

  1. bikram says:

    that looks like a buddhist monastary and what a lovely green tree 🙂

  2. Shilpa Gupte says:

    Solitary trees teach me that come what may, you can always stand strong and tall, all on your own. It is tough standing alone for a human being, but when I read about people who have braved all odds and fought life and her myriad battles, I realise they have done it all on their own and now stand tall and proud!
    Wonderful picture, Parul!

  3. Eli says:

    Ohm what an amazing picture, and love the quote to go along. Love being out in the forrest, and what a feeling to just sit and watch the trees- gives me peace and quiet. Lovely,dear Parul xxxx
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  4. Modern Gypsy says:

    Standing proud and tall, all alone, majestic. Love this initiative. I’ll try to join in whenever I can!
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  5. Shilpa says:

    It looks like it’s happy in its own world.

  6. Beautiful !!!
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  7. Pretty tree…where is it? Love the location!
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  8. Nice setting with the tree in the focus.
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  9. Esha says:

    Love the image of the tree, Parul. Looks so firm and steadfast, a bit like how we should all be even we are in a league all of our own. Can identify with that.

  10. Beautiful thought and capture.

  11. Vinitha says:

    Solitary trees have a majestic feeling, haven’t they? Agree with the quote. Hey, I’m joining with my tree post this week. 🙂

  12. My Era says:

    Love the beautiful setting!
    It’s inspiring me to stand tall and firm for what I believe is right, even if means I stand alone.
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  13. Alok Singhal says:

    I think the takeaway is – to not follow the head mentality.

  14. Alok Singhal says:

    I think the takeaways is – to not follow the head mentality.

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