“Living in a world that is full of busy people is like living in a world ALONE.” ― Heraline Just like this tree are we also not alone in a crowd? I spotted this tree in the busy M.G. Road of Gangtok, my erstwhile hometown. I am taking part in Parul's #ThursdayTreeLove after a long time … Continue reading Thursday Tree Love- Gangtok
When I see pictures of my friends and family living abroad posting pictures of Spring and Fall on their social media accounts, I often wonder what is so special about Fall and Spring abroad, especially the US? Why do we Indians living in India never go gung-ho about our Spring and Fall? Actually in India … Continue reading Indian Spring #ThursdayTreeLove
This tree in the premise of Qutb Minar in Delhi caught my fancy. It looks like a witness of a bygone era. Sharing this with Parul and #ThursdayTreeLove. I am posting for #ThursdayTreeLove after a long time. I missed taking part in it. I am glad to be back.
These images were captured in our neighborhood garden. I loved the natural spring bouquet. Do you like it? Please leave a comment below. Linking this post to #WordlessWednesday hosted by Esha. Do you have some amazing photos to share? All you got to do is post a picture that speaks for itself. Once done, please … Continue reading Spring Bouquet #WordlessWednesday
Once was there a flower, a beautiful white little flower, That had bloomed one Sun-kissed morning; And shining like a pearl, Amidst a meadow, lush and evergreen. All day she swayed with the breeze; Laughed with joy when Sun kissed her brow.... Poem by Arathi Nair This shot we took during our trip to Shimla. … Continue reading White Little Flower- #ThursdayTreeLove
This image was taken on Charles Bridge, Prague. Linking this to Wordless Wednesday
'The barren, leafless tree looks thirsty and it is reaching the water to quench its thirst.' This is the thought that crossed my mind when I came across this tree in Somnath during our Road Trip to Gujarat. What do you feel? Do leave a comment. Linking this to #ThursdayTreeLove-33 hosted by Parul.
Linking this to Skywatch Friday
Let's kiss the sky and play hide N seek with Sun. This was clicked inside Jaldapara National Park. What I loved about this picture is the small tree with bare branches. As if the other tress are playing together and he has not been included. He is standing sad and lonely away from the others. … Continue reading #ThursdayTreeLove