#ThursdayTreeLove – 18

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  1. I have been following Angela’s tree love posts and have become inspired to start joining you every Thursday that I can with some of the wonderful trees we have here in SE Texas.

  2. Shalini says:

    Two simple things but they are so important. The quote you shared is bang on and I am so glad that you shared it along with the picture of such a marvelous looking tree 🙂
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  3. The quote by Warren Buffet makes huge sense. I liked this photo of a tree at the traffic junction. What wonders me is how the authorities of Hong Kong let the tree be there, perfectly parked behind the pavement. How did they not see as an obstruction in the way and managed to work around it?
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  4. Archana says:

    Btw, just stumbled across the #ThursdayTreeLove.. hope to post something next Thursday 🙂
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  5. Archana says:

    A wonderful quote – one i wish more of us follow for our future generations… And a majestic tree in HK!
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  6. Amrita says:

    There’s another similar quote I think.Be the tree under which others sit.The best part about tree love is there’s no harm in growing the love wherever you are.I have a dream.I want my own tropical jungle one day(not so much the animals )on an island with my own fruit and vegetable garden and a tree house. This tree would be perfect for a tree househttp://healthwealthbridge.com/thursdays-tree-love-oange-ixora/

  7. Ramya says:

    The quote is great. My father used to tell me a story of a old man planting trees with the hope of providing fruits to the future generation. Here is my entry for this week: http://www.fantasticfeathers.in/2017/07/thursdaytreelove-18.html?m=1

  8. arv! says:

    well captured. Where in HK was this?

  9. Look at the girth of that tree! And your quote is so apt for it, Parul!
    I have captured something interesting to share with you this week ;-D

  10. upasna says:

    This is so lovely. And yes so right, effort by someone is reaping fruits for many. Thats the beauty of trees.

  11. Rajlakshmi says:

    wow, that’s a majestic tree and people look so small in front of it. Great shot.
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  12. Alana says:

    As magestic as that tree was, I was more impressed by the lack of what we call jaywalking. In New York, jaywalking is an art form, and a necessity at times. (I also got a kick out of most of the pedestrians staring at their phones. Alas, modern life!) Here’s my post: http://ramblinwitham.blogspot.com/2017/07/thursday-tree-love-sassafras.html

  13. Shilpa Garg says:

    That’s truly a grand old tree and looks so majestic. The traffic sense is pretty high everywhere else.
    Another observation from your pic is how most of the people are busy with their phones. That’s the same everywhere 😀
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  14. G Angela says:

    Beautiful Quote Parul and so true, there are so many things that we enjoy in life, because some one out there have taken the trouble to plant that seed. I liked the image of the tree you posted, the roots are so clearly visible like a drawing:) and nice to see people following traffic rules, I pray for our country people to evolve to do the same… we do have an organisation that does campaigns and awareness programmes on road safety.
    This is my link for today’s post:
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  15. Simple and easy, isn’t it?

    I wish I can join this someday. Every time I’m out, my hands are hardly free to capture trees. But maybe one day 🙂
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  16. Esha says:

    That’s so nice to see, Parul. A grand tree in the midst of all the traffic! I like it when people follow rules without having it imposed on them. So much more civilised isn’t it? Love all your HK captures btw and the way you share glimpses of life through them.

    Here is my post for this week : https://blogsbyesha.wordpress.com/2017/07/20/the-coconut-trees-thursdaytreelove-13/

  17. Martha says:

    Simple, easy and beautiful! Thanks for sharing your photograph!

  18. Balaka Basu says:

    I am amazed at how such a majestic tree is standing amidst concrete jungle. Great capture Parul. I look forward to all the posts in Thursday Tree Love. This is such a great way to nurture love for nature. My post for this week is http://mumbong.blogspot.in/2017/07/dancing-tree-thursdaytreelove-18.html

  19. Bellybytes says:

    Hey Parul during my stay in Pune, I saw a similar sight – a whole host of Banyan tree roots with a pedestrian crossing in front. Of course there were no beautiful people standing in front. Strangely, I too thought of this quote while I was choosing a quote for my last week’s post as that tree is in the middle of a busy Mumbai commercial district that has spawned so many commercial empires.

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