November 22, 2017

Tree Love 22- Dancing Trees


Every tree and plant in the meadow seemed to be dancing, those which average eyes would see as fixed and still. (Rumi)

This tree is closer to the post office and I pass by it every day; I somehow love looking at this tree, for it appears to me like every branch is giving a beautiful dancing pose- I feel a sense of gladness and I imagine if they start dancing what would be the imageJ
I stopped my bike and clicked these two pictures on a bright morning as I rode to my workplace. I would like to appreciate Parul for this series on Tree Love, which I am enjoying finding trees, capturing them in my cell phone and posting it, making our virtual world green.
Thursday Tree love  is a photo feature on Parul’s blog hosted on second and fourth Thursday of every month.   You are most welcome to join in, all you need to do is:

Post a picture of a tree on your blog


Thank you for reading this post;
May you be blessed!


8 comments:

  1. What a lovely thought and and yes, each and every branch of this tree is dancing with gay abandon. :)

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    1. Hi :) thank you shilpa, thats quite a quick comment, appreciate you for being here...

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  2. Love this tree! The branches do curve a lot and remind me of a woman swaying her hips to music or a ballerina swaying her arms gracefully.

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    1. Hahaaa .. very true and you spoke my mind out:) today when I passed by the same tree, I was reminded of a slender women swaying:) gently.. thanks for bringing smile to my face and resonating similar feelings about this tree.

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  3. Absolutely love that tree and if I were you, I would have done the same thing. Stop and watch it :) It's simply a happy dancing tree. Thank you so much for joining, Angela. I love that you are around supporting and sharing your love for trees. :)

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    1. Glad to hear from you parul it's such a joy to interact with you and share similar feelings on tree love. I am now consciously observing any tree that I pass by:) it's my pleasure parul as it's fun for me too. Thanks for commenting.

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  4. Wow nice explanation :-) Tree dancing Edu News thank you

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    1. thanks for stopping by, appreciate you:)

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