#ThursdayTreeLove – 31

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  1. I love trees like these. They scream of character 🙂
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  2. That’s one magnificent tree. Despite what you think, I love how you’ve caught it. Linking up with you Parul.
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  3. Vidya Sury says:

    I remember the tree! The whole place–Lepakshi–has a lovely ambiance, doesn’t it?
    Great quote!
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  4. Rajlakshmi says:

    It might look pretty scary at night 😋 I love trees like these… They look more dramatic 😊
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  5. Zainab says:

    The pic is so serene and chatty at the same time. Hope I make sense. It looks calming yet as if it has a story to tell.

  6. I agree it’s sad to see the leaves losing shine but I love the surrounding ringing in simplicity and the root standing tall. Brilliant capture. The camera person has a penchant for art and pure divinity.

  7. I loved the quote! Suits the image perfectly. It is a nice picture!
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  8. arv! says:

    While picture may not be perfect, it did impress you. So picture doesn’t matter, the tree does. It reminds me of a similar tree in Nahargarh Fort devoid of life. It just stood in the complex as an ornament. May be there’s a message…. somethings continue to live even after death. Just a thought. I wish there was a way to share picture in comments, Parul.

    Anyways, after a long time, I’m posting for Thursday tree Love. Should be up in few minutes.

  9. Alana says:

    Such a magnificent tree – old, gnarled, and yet so dignified, so friendly that everyone wants to have its picture with them.
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  10. G Angela says:

    May this tribe increase:) love the quote parul – “flex little harder to dance in the wind of happiness… thank you for sharing ! here goes my post:https://livealifeofgratitude.blogspot.in/2018/01/tree-love-25.html
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  11. Tress in the ruins or old temples have stories stored in them, only if they could speak in our language, If I were there at the temple I would have also stopped to admire this tree.
    I have always loved gazing at trees but thanks to Thursday tree love, I have begun collecting trees wherever I go. As of now, I have a collection of many trees and my posts for Thursday Tree love are scheduled until Feb end 🙂
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  12. Archana says:

    Yes indeed, may this tribe increase!! As Balaka said, I saw a similar tree in Hampi.. that was a Plumeria. As luck will have it, my post this week too is about a tree in a temple!! Happy to be part of this blog hop Parul 🙂
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  13. Balaka Basu says:

    I had come across a similar tree in Hampi..this tree is really magnificent. My post https://trinalooksback.wordpress.com/2018/01/11/thursdaytreelove/

  14. magiceye says:

    A beautiful image of an old dignified tree!

    Wish you and yours the best of 2018!

  15. shilpa says:

    Sometimes the surrounding around it makes it more beautiful.

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