#ThursdayTreeLove – 26

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  1. Fascinating tree! It appears “tied” to it’s community, and that the community depends on it and finds comfort in it.

  2. Obsessivemom says:

    Lovely quote. One I quite ares with. And that tree looks eons old. I love the way its roots have encircled its trunk.
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  3. Vidya Sury says:

    Beautiful photo, quote and caption!
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  4. Great photo and lovely quote to go with it.
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  5. Nice touch on blending superstition and beliefs into the tree image, Parul. Oh and of course, Lennon. Let’s not forget him 🙂
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  6. Alana says:

    #26 – hope it is your lucky number. For me, a most unusual tree. Thank you for continuing to host this meme – it’s so much fun. http://ramblinwitham.blogspot.com/2017/10/the-trees-speak-thursday-tree-love.html
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  7. G Angela says:

    There is a mystery surrounding the tree parul:) yes I do believe everything is in the mind, you have captured this tree so well, love the colourful flowers and the simplicity of this picture. Thanks for sharing!! here is my link:
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  8. Esha says:

    What a beautiful quote, Parul! Love your candid capture…this could be anywhere in India. Joining in today with a shot from my travels after a long gap. Here’s my post.

  9. arv! says:

    Trees and Hinduism form a strong bond. Out here it is a temple bonded with a tree, often people worship just a tree. Trees like Peepul and Banyan have strong bonding with our religion, life and culture.

    Linking my post with your ThursdayTreeLove this week: https://jaipurthrumylens.com/2017/10/25/looking-up-bhangarh-fort-skywatch-friday/

  10. Shilpa Gupte says:

    I so believe in that quote…I believe in it all – the fairies, the angels, the dragons, the dreams and the nightmares – they exist in my mind, so I believe!
    Great click, Parul!

  11. Amrita says:

    I absolutely love the quote and believe it to be true.Thursdays without tree love seem empty.I too bvelieve in fairies and dragons..About myths .It depends.
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  12. Nice shot and it reminds my childhood days spent in my native. A tree with a small temple to worship, located near Kaveri river. Feeling nostalgic.

  13. Archana says:

    The men seem in harmony with the surroundings! Are they devotees or flower sellers or simply resting in the tree’s shade… i wonder…. Great capture Parul.. And a wonderful coincidence 26th on 26th.
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  14. Rajlakshmi says:

    Love this candid capture. You have actually captured a scene so common in India… Haven’t seen this anywhere else.
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  15. yes I am v active on FB. Good photographer too. Let me try. next session ! Good de

  16. Bellybytes says:

    Parul I think you and I are on the same wavelength because I wrote my post yesterday inspired as I was by my last week’s visit to Bhuleshwar. And today after I posted it and visited your post I was amazed that my tree too had something to do with worship !
    And as you pointed out 26th post on 26th! There’s something to be said for synchronicity.

  17. Liked the quote. This time, i posted a plant. Not sure if it qualifies for the linkup. ☺

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