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September 25, 2019

Tree love—65


“The Greatest wealth is to live content with little” Plato


I spotted this tree at Nrupathunga Road, near St Martha’s Hospital, Bangalore. I was attending a cluster meeting at staying at the YMCA International Guest House at Bangalore. I saw plenty of trees in the heart of the city and I collected quite a lot for the TTL Post J I was fascinated by this huge tree in a busy street and standing tall, huge and beautiful.

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!

12 comments:

  1. I have seen this tree quite many times before. Unfortunately I wasn't doing #TT before so never did click this one.

    The beauty of Bangalore is its trees in the middle of the concrete jungle. I love how they stand out in their own way.

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    1. Glad to know that you have seen this tree:) I stayed there for 3 days and everyday I was admiring as I walked in and out of this place... one day I just walked around in cubbon park admiring every tree.. yes I have always admired Bangalore for its trees.. recall my visits to lal bagh and the zoo park years ago.

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  2. This is such a magnificent and majestic tree. It's a blessing to have such trees in the middle of the city, standing tall despite the concrete jungle and hustle bustle around!

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    1. Very true shilpa I am impressed by these trees in the city, feel grateful for the persons who planted it, that today we can see them adding beauty to the place.

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  3. So good to know you were in Bangalore. Yes, we have a lot of trees in the middle of the roads and they provide the much needed greenery. Thanks for joining, Angela.

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    1. I am glad for joining in here Parul:) I loved clicking the photos in Cubbon park and where ever I found the opportunity as I was happy with the greenery around.

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  4. Good to see tree in the middle of fast paced city, what are the strings around it?
    The tree is quiet huge and majestic, thanks for the share

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    1. I have no idea what those strings are for:) I was so impressed with the look I just clicked it, thanks for being here.

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  5. Wow! I am glad you saw this majestic tree in Namma Bengaluru and it came to be the subject of this lovely #ttl post, Angela! There are many such beautiful trees in our city. Unfortunately, we are seeing a lot of destruction to the green cover, lately, in the name of urbanisation.

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    1. Thank you Esha for your presence here, yes I had the opportunity to be in Namma Bengaluru and there are still plenty of pictures I have stored for TTL and agree in the name of development so much of destruction happening..its happening every where in the country, in our place, Andhra and almost all the major cities.

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  6. Would be lovely if you checked out my latest #ttl post as well, Angela. :)

    Here goes: https://theskygirl.com/under-the-boughs-of-a-beautiful-raintree-thursdaytreelove/

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    1. I would love to Esha, But I am unable to access your link from my computer, I keep trying, always wonder why I am unable to see your post...will keep trying.

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