Palm trees, Sambhaji Park, Pune, Maharashtra In one of my previous Tree Love posts, I mentioned about these Palm trees in Sambhaji Park. Last time when I visited, there were restrictions still in place so could not explore much of the park. Recently, I got a chance to visit again and this time the place … Continue reading Blue Skies and Palm Trees
Tag: Weekly photography Challenge
Furs and Feathers
Here is the gallery of images which I have clicked over the past year. Irrespective of the season, I make a point to keep a bowl of water for birds. Clicked most of the pictures when they had come to drink water. Pigeon Magpie RobinScaly Breasted MuniaIndian White Eye Parrot and Pigeon - Social distancing … Continue reading Furs and Feathers
Diwali Mud Forts
Last week, we all celebrated Diwali with lot of lights and sweets. One of the aspect of Diwali is the mud fort making which is usually made by children during their Diwali hoildays. Miniature mud forts are made to remember the heroic deeds of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.Its an act of pure reverence towards Shivaji Maharaj. … Continue reading Diwali Mud Forts
Pink is always in season
Here is my entry for Cee's FOTD, Becky's Past Square and Terri's Sunday Stills- The Pink Side. Some of these images are recent and some I have digged through the archives and some I have already added in Past squares/FOTD. It is rightly said that "Pink is always in season.." anytime of the year.
In Pune, Maharashtra, India, we have these roundabouts which usually has some sort of art pieces installed all over the cities. This particular one is related music and one can see different indian musical intruments like tabla, harmonium, sitar, veena, shehnai etc art pieces which are on top a big tabla. The pictures are not … Continue reading Musical Roundabout
Banyan Tree – TreeLove
This banyan tree is at the heart of the market in the area where I live. I have lived in this area for most of my life and I have seen it grown to this big tree. Banyan Tree, Pashan area, Pune Spreading its branches and leaves out, it is a good spot for stalls … Continue reading Banyan Tree – TreeLove
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..
Every block of stone has a statue inside it and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it.Michelangelo This artwork is placed at a traffic roundabout. I feel such artworks bring out the character of the place. Like for example the area where this artwork is placed, has multiple colleges in vicinity. Hence … Continue reading Roundabout Art
Under the Trees
Betelnut Trees Sharing some of the previous images that I had already posted for Parul's Thursday Tree Love blog hop. These are betelnut trees from Karnataka, India. Clicked the 1st picture from under these trees and hence gives an illusion of them going straight up to touch the sky. Second image features the same trees … Continue reading Under the Trees
"He who plants a tree, plants a hope" - Lucy Larcom Click this in January this year, when I visited a local park after a very long time. The plants were growing around the wire figures giving it a proper form. Making an art form which imparts a message to the young generations is what … Continue reading Plant hope