“Trees are the poems that the earth writes upon the sky.” – Khalil Gibran

 

 

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Before Sunrise

 

 

This august Pine tree was our four-day companion on a recent trip to the mountains.

It stood tall, towering between the mountains; a few yards away from our cottage, beguiling us with its bushy needles that looked like an animals tail, or maybe a thick paint brush. We revelled in it’s beauty even as the sun morphed with the fluffy cover of the luminous clouds. This majestic Pine tree gazed back at us, bewitching us with its beauty and the transiting colours of the sky that illuminated it with multiple hues.

 

 

 

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After Sunrise; Photo credits-The eighteen year old

 

 

 

 

 

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Before Sunset

 

 

 

 

 

 

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After Sunset/Photo Credits; The nine-year-old

 

Linking this post with Parul’s ThursdayTreeLove #12 

12 comments on “#ThursdayTreeLove 12: Different Strokes”

  1. I love that quote so much! I have used that in my tree love posts 🙂
    Your trees from the hills are out of this world. Gorgeous shots! Thank you Natasha for joining! When I see you use your words and picture blend perfectly to share your #treelove, my heart gets super happy 🙂

  2. Lovely photos, Natasha. I do like the idea of trees as “companions” for a time. When I was a kid we had a huge eucalyptus tree in the front yard, it towered over the house. I used to climb up into its branches and just sit there in the afternoons

    • Yes, Kimmy, trees can be such strong and silent companions, our comforting friends. I love hugging a tree. That reminds me to do so. Haven’t done it in a while. Oh climbing tress was one thing I remember doing as a child too. Mango and guava trees especially and pluck the raw fruits and bit into them.
      But het, are you sure it was an eucalyptus tree though as they are normally straight and long without branches that spread out.

    • How super is that. I just started swimming the the mornings for an hour with the 9 yo. Brushing up my swimming skills too. I’ll move Yoga to evenings in that case.
      Big Hugs <3

    • Yes I did Esha, so much so that I started getting bored the last day, as the family fell sick. But no, it was a great relaxed trip. A beautiful place -mystical and magical in it’s unique way. It’s called Te Aroha, in Dhanachuli, Uttarakhand. See if you can make a trip there.

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