#ThursdayTreeLove – 32

“You are never alone as long as you are in the company of your precious self.” 
                                                       ― Miya Yamanouchi

#ThursdayTreeLove - 32

#ThursdayTreeLove – 32

We spotted many such trees on the highways in Rajasthan. Lone but green and healthy – a true reminder that we need ourselves first.

Thursday Tree love is a photo feature on this blog and is hosted on 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month. The next edition will be live on February 8, 2018. If you would like to play along, post a picture of a tree on your blog and link it back to this post.

If you don’t see the pingback, please leave a link to your post in my comments section. I will link your posts on my blog in the next edition and spread some love. Let’s come together to appreciate the beautiful nature around us. 

Before you go, don’t forget to check the lovely trees shared on #ThursdayTreeLove – 31:

  1. Balaka’s tree that is playing along
  2. Archana’s tree from a temple
  3. Anamika welcomes spring in Bangalore
  4. Angela’s number 25 this time. Yay!
  5. Alana’s snowy tree
  6. Ramya’s trees in a row
  7. Tulika’s hugging trees
  8. A beautiful Jaipur morning as captured by Arvind

42 Responses

  1. Fancy says:

    It is a lovely concept. I love my own company more and more as I get older who h is a blessing. Lovely post x

  2. Archana says:

    Wow! Its shade must be a welcome relief for travellers. An apt quote to match this tree!
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  3. Gloria says:

    I would love to take part in this. I will write a post that includes my tree and come back to you with it.

  4. BellyBytes says:

    Looks like a painting…..

  5. arv! says:

    Nice capture, Parul. Looks like a Khejri tree which is found plentiful in western Rajasthan. I’m sure you must be aware about this tree.

    I guess my last week’s post for Thursday Tree love didn’t happen.
    Here is a link. https://jaipurthrumylens.com/2018/01/11/jaipur-sunrise-morning-thoughts-quote/

    • Parul Thakur says:

      Thank you for sharing the name of the tree. As much as I love trees, I don’t know the names. I can recognize Banyan, Peepal, Neem, Mango and Guava.
      I did not get your link. 🙁 Sorry! If you can leave a link after publishing, I will make sure to not miss it. Will add it right away.

    • Anonymous says:

      No, this is not khejri tree. It seems more like vilayti keekar (prosopis juliflora) because the branches & leaves are drooping. Khejri is not so drooping. Anyways only spines differentiate between the two. Thus, you are partially right. Genus is same that is prosopis. A word for the blogger. All right, before you say, I know this is not a tree nomenclature website. I understand your point.

  6. G Angela says:

    Loved these trees standing all by itself, green and healthy:) love the way you linked it to self 🙂 thank you for sharing parul, here’s my link: https://livealifeofgratitude.blogspot.in/2018/01/tree-love-26.html

  7. here is my entry
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  8. such an inspiring quote, and I agree it is very important to we love ourselves first. and beautiful capture too..so excited for my first partcipation, thanks a lot Parul for hosting such a wonderful series. here is my entryhttps://surbhiprapannablogs.blogspot.com/2018/01/thrusdaytreelove-beauty-of-fall.html

  9. Meenakshi J says:

    What a lovely thought …Much required for women like us who often forget to upkeep ourselves health wise!

  10. Esha says:

    So thought-provoking! And that quote definitely speaks to me, Parul! A lesson of life that we all need to live by, no matter where we are stationed in life, because we are going to need to fall back on it some time or the other.

    Joining in today with my #treelove post:

  11. Alana says:

    The tree grows practically right on the road. Seems random – how did it get there? Truly a self sufficient tree. My entry: http://ramblinwitham.blogspot.com/2018/01/palms-at-night-thursdaytreelove.html

  12. Lovely post, your photos are truly uplifting Parul! Thanks a lot 🙂

  13. Natasha says:

    Such a powerful thought, dear Parul. After all we come into this world alone and leave alone too. So, finally it’s our stand alone spirit that tides us through ups and downs in life.
    Hoping to link us. 🙂

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  14. Vidya Sury says:

    It is beautiful–the quote is so apt. Hugs!
    I will post mine tomorrow, Parul! thank you for hosting this (and especially for the nudge)

    Love, Vidya
    Vidya Sury recently posted…What is in your photo album? #WednesdayWisdomMy Profile

  15. OH My God!!!! This is one of the best I have seen, Its not just the tree, but also the road that winds across!!1

  16. A lone tree by the desert side is a show of kindness of nature. A lone shady tree saving a traveler from the harsh sun. Yesterday, I was thinking along the same lines as you have said here – “We need ourselves first.” My thought was even if there is no one to hold us or hug us, we can be that person for ourselves who holds us and hugs us. Joining you today again with my post 🙂
    Anamika Agnihotri recently posted…Guards of coffee estate #ThursdayTreeLove 10My Profile

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