#ThursdayTreeLove – 21

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  1. Shilpa Gupte says:

    Hey, I am glad you are back and also that you had a happy vacation! You deserved the break!
    Yeah, trees here do get tagged for information, mostly. We also find some who have a band of white and brown colour painted on them. Of course, it is meant for preserving them, keeping them safe.

  2. Welcome back Parul- this month is my blogs bday and I am planning to have loads of guestposts and writing for other peeps too. I plan on being super active in the bloghops and will be writing for most of them.
    Please join in my fest, I would love a post from you.

  3. Welcome back Parul. We missed you too. Waiting to read your travelogues. My entry for #ThursdayTreeLove http://www.fantasticfeathers.in/2017/09/thursdaytreelove-21.html?m=1

  4. Ashwini CN says:

    It’s nice to see a tree being tagged, someone at least knows it exists 🙂 I’ve seen this drive even in Chennai (at some places) where the maintain an inventory.

  5. Bellybytes says:

    I missed this feature but can understand why- you really were busy with work first and then a holiday.
    I actually used to find tree naming very silly and pointless but when I was in the US I
    missed this very Indian practice of labelling trees as there was no one around to ask what the name was . So I think it’s good when trees are labelled / tagged or named

  6. upasna says:

    Tagging trees is being done here in Chandigarh too. Glad you are back safely.

  7. G Angela says:

    Welcome back Parul 🙂 so nice to have you back and thanks for this post. I found this tree interesting with the tag, which means this tree is counted and is taken care of hopefully. This picture gives me a feeling that the tree is quite tall and you have to look up to click:) good click. Thanks for sharing and here is my link.
    https://livealifeofgratitude.blogspot.in/2017/08/tree-love-17.html

  8. Esha says:

    I’m so glad they care so much for a tree as to tag it and keep a watchful eye on it! I so wish that more of this happened around our world and we didn’t mercilessly fell trees in the name of development. Love linking up for the #TreeLove post. In a way, it’s nice to come back refreshed after a break, even though I missed it.

    Here is my post for this week:
    https://blogsbyesha.wordpress.com/2017/08/31/thursdaytreelove/

  9. Balaka Basu says:

    I am so happy that Tree Love is back, I missed it a lot. Here is my post http://mumbong.blogspot.in/2017/08/thursdaytreelove-21.html

  10. Amrita says:

    I am very glad it’s tagged.People tag precious things to keep track.What’s more precious than a tree?
    I am sharing a picture of a favorite tree with my Thankfulness post and tagging you for #Thursday tree love.Welcome back.
    http://healthwealthbridge.com/thankfulthursdaystechnology/

  11. Alice Gerard says:

    What an interesting tree. I’ve never seen anything like it. I too am glad that the tree is tagged.

  12. Cathy says:

    And as I shall be in Hong Kong this coming November you’ve given me something to look out for 😊

  13. Archana says:

    Yes, glad that that the tree is tagged.. hopefully it means there is some kind of tree census … Happy to return to ThursdayTreeLove!!
    Archana recently posted…Golden (#ThursdayTreeLove)My Profile

  14. Rajlakshmi says:

    I am glad it’s tagged. Maybe someone does take care of it. And given how Hong Kong is rising as a city, it is essential they grow more. Nice capture 😊

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