#ThursdayTreeLove – 30

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  1. Lisa Orchard says:

    I love this idea! I may have to participate if I have the time!

  2. G Angela says:

    Wow Parul 🙂 this is such a beautiful capture,no need for words, the image says it all. Thank you for sharing such a lovely caption too…. enjoying this tree conversations….love and hugs to you. Here’s my post: https://livealifeofgratitude.blogspot.in/2017/12/tree-love-26.html

  3. Esha says:

    This could only happen in India where trees can sometimes be physically a part of a place of worship or even a house, as I found out a few days back, in a neighbouring locality. I admire how this tree has been growing even amid the chaos, totally unperturbed, or so we think! Who can tell what the tree is thinking? I so love your tree captures, Parul, esp from your travels.

  4. It looks like the tree is bending some more and giving its shade and coolness.

  5. arv! says:

    This tree looks like a lone fighter, standing on its turf amidst the traffic & chaos.

  6. Amrita says:

    It’s always great to find beautiful tree pics on your blog.Faith and belief are gamechangers I have seen.

  7. Vidya Sury says:

    I just saw this photo on your Instagram feed and was mesmerized. I’ll join you from 11th Jan. Beautiful photo!
    Vidya Sury recently posted…Grateful By Default, Grateful By Design #GratitudeCircleMy Profile

  8. Alana says:

    I see persistence in this tree. I don’t know if that is its normal habit, but it is a survivor, in my eyes.

  9. Balaka Basu says:

    The Tree is trying hard to find its space. It is somehow craning out to exist. Lovely capture Parul.
    https://trinalooksback.wordpress.com/2017/12/28/thursdaytreelove-30/

  10. Shilpa Gupte says:

    Oh yes, totally believe in it! Faith, belief and gratitude go hand in hand..

  11. Archana says:

    Wow! The tree seems to be growing around the dome as if framing it! Great quote to accompany a wonderful tree photo! 🙂
    Archana recently posted…Mother Tree (#ThursdayTreeLove)My Profile

  12. upasna says:

    Loved the Tree and the quote. Thanks for sharing the inspiration.

  13. vineeta says:

    How carefully tree is growing protecting the building
    Beautiful quote.
    Loved the relevance

  14. The quote speaks to me but what I cannot help pointing out is that the tree has been rendered dead from all sides to accommodate the structures leaving it with only one side to grow.
    Anamika Agnihotri recently posted…Colours of Nature #ThursdayTreeLove 8My Profile

  15. Wow! Was that building built around the tree?

    PS Thanks for including my post!
    Stephanie (Travelcraft Journal) recently posted…Happenings List: Winter 2018 (Jan/Feb)My Profile

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