#ThursdayTreeLove – 19

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  1. Shantala says:

    Parul, I have to confess something. I am by no means a nature lover. Nope, I don’t hate nature. It’s just that I am so much of an indoor book worm that I hardly get out, and even when I am out, I am just rushing from one place to another.

    So at first I only read this segment because it was you. I read most (if not all) of your posts. Even if I don’t always get the time to comment. Having said that, I have been loving these posts, and even find myself unconsciously looking for interesting trees/plants when I am out and about. 😀
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    • Parul Thakur says:

      That’s so sweet of you, Shantala <3. Thanks for saying that. I am also unconsciously looking at trees and also wondering if they can find a home on the blog. 🙂 You must join someday 🙂

  2. Esha says:

    Sometimes, we fail to notice the most basic things that lie before our eyes in our fetish to look for the exotic! Nice shot, Parul and lovely words to go along too!

    Linking up with my post here: https://blogsbyesha.wordpress.com/2017/07/27/thursdaytreelove-14/

  3. Ramya says:

    That’s true. The tree looks simple but beautiful. Here is my entry for this week: http://www.fantasticfeathers.in/2017/07/thursdaytreelove-18-foggy-morning.html?m=1

  4. So true. Loved the quality that you highlighted through this.

  5. upasna says:

    Loved the way you relate the characteristic with humans.
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  6. Alana says:

    Urban trees have to be hardy and strong to survive. One of these looks like a birch; not sure about the other. I am not sure about the pingbacks, so I am enclosing my link just in case: http://ramblinwitham.blogspot.com/2017/07/thursday-tree-love-library-garden.html

  7. Amrita says:

    There’s power in simplicity.In being yourself .Such an artistic tree.I am linking up with my Alamunda plant.
    http://healthwealthbridge.com/alamunda-balcony-garden/

  8. G Angela says:

    Agree Parul:) I love simplicity and have always admired people who are simple and easy to relate… here’s my link in fact I waited eagerly to post, thanks for igniting enthusiasm in me to appreciate nature.
    https://livealifeofgratitude.blogspot.in/2017/07/thursday-tree-love-13.html

  9. Balaka Basu says:

    I agree with you..simplicity is indeed the best. Here is my post for this week. Loving this weekly linkup. http://mumbong.blogspot.in/2017/07/through-stone-thursdaytreelove-19.html

  10. Stunning 😊 Beauty in simplicity has always been the mantra!

    https://natashamusing.com/2017/07/journeys-life-wanderlustwednesday/
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  11. Archana says:

    So true. Plus it continues to flourish in the concrete jungle!
    Archana recently posted…Fallen #ThursdayTreeLoveMy Profile

  12. Bellybytes says:

    Indeed it is the simple things in life that make a difference. Often the fluff and the grandeur take away from the basics of a human being too.

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