July 13, 2017

Thursday Tree Love -9

“You will find something more in woods than in books. Trees and stone will teach you that which you can never learn from the masters” St Bernard


This picture is taken from village by name Mawlynnong, which approximately 90 kms from Shillong, and closer to the Bangladesh. We can walk around this place and it’s a treat for the eye to capture the greenery around; the place is very clean and well maintained.

The pineapple here is sweet, they are cut and sold in a small plate at a very low price.. ... I enjoyed eating the pineapples and moved around this place admiring the beauty free of dust and noise pollution. I tasted the food here and was glad to for the nutritious lunch served at a nominal price.
 “Time spent among trees is never wasted”
The best thing about travel is, one can relive the happy moments that are now memories as many times as one wants J that’s what I did today – looking at this awesome trees once more I was transported for a brief while to this village and smiling away I wrote a few lines to post.

I have made a separate post on this visit and you may be interested in reading, here’s the link http://livealifeofgratitude.blogspot.in/2016/05/mawlynnong-village-shillong.html



Thursday Tree love  is a photo feature from Parul's blog, if you are interested, post a picture of a tree on your blog and link back to her post.

Thanking Parul for this series on Tree Love...   Linking this post to Parul’s  Thursday Tree Love  

Thank you for being here, may you be blessed!

12 comments:

  1. gorgeous photos and quotes Genevive thank you! Have a lovely weekend xx

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    1. Thanks Susan, so nice to hear from you; hope all well :) its been a long time I connected, have a great weekend, love and hugs!!

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  2. I think you were so fortunate to visit a place a like this. So beautiful and green. Thank you for linking!

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    1. True:) Parul I do feel fortunate and blessed in so many ways, thanks for the initiative, am enjoying this Tree series, blessings to you:)

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  3. These are such amazing captures. It must be so beautiful and relaxing to be at such a beautiful place. How erect and tall the trees are. Simply wow!

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    1. Thanks Shilpa:) yes it is very cool and relaxing.... I enjoyed every single minute capturing everything my eyes to relive.. glad could click and store the images..

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  4. Interesting trees - different from what you would experience where I live. Nor would you have local fresh pineapple! Thank you for taking me to your world.

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    1. Thank you for your thoughts, and its my pleasure to have you here dear, glad you found these trees interesting.... I visited this place more than a year ago.. but could never forget these trees.

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  5. What you said about travel is so true! It's nice to walk in such a pollution free environment

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    1. Yes Mahathi, its such a beautiful feeling to walk around in places like this, glad to have you here and appreciate your comment.

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  6. Wow! The buttress roots are amazing!

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    1. welcome here Archana, you cannot miss the roots which are on the surface:) and happy you found this tree amazing.

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