Oasis of Calm

One of the most common tree is the Banyan Tree and we have plenty of those in Pune City. Majority of the trees that I posted for Thursday tree love are Banyan tree and this one is no different. Last month, I visited a garden called Chittaranjan Vatika in Model Colony, Pune. It is a … Continue reading Oasis of Calm

Tilted and Strongest..

I need to live like that crooked tree--...that knelt down in the hardest windsbut could not be blasted away.Edward Hirsh I think, trees growing up in the quiet inner areas of the Pune City look somewhat different than those growing along the roads. Clicked this tree growing near one of the internal roads in Baner … Continue reading Tilted and Strongest..

A bare tree – Hauntingly Beautiful

A tree without leaves or fruit promises more beauty with time. People do the same. Be patient with yourself and others. - Unkown During one of our monsoon treks to Andharban this year, we stopped at a point to enjoy the backwaters which soon become a selfie spot for other fellow trekkers. On the other … Continue reading A bare tree – Hauntingly Beautiful

Whomping Willow!?

On my recent jungle trek to Andharban, I noticed this tree along the way. Couldn't take off my eyes from this tree. I don't know the actual name of this tree but to me it just looks like Whomping Willow tree from Harry Potter. 😛 Thursday Tree Love - #72

Weird is Beautiful!

In nature, nothing is perfect and everything is perfect. Trees can be contorted, bent in weird ways, and they're still beautiful. - Alice Walker This peepal tree is near a temple premises that I usually visit. Though being bent it is still eye-catching. Sometimes being weird stands out!! For : Thursday Tree Love - #69