Bee Unique: #ThursdayTreeLove

Bee Unique: #ThursdayTreeLove

“We come from the earth, we return to the earth, and in between we garden.”
The Bees




Bee Unique

Chanced upon this unique, bee-autiful tree homing so many hives, on a jungle safari to Kanha. 

We were awe-struck by the sheer number of bees that had made this tree their home. A truly mesmerising sight to behold. These hardworking beings are so very precious to mankind. Yet time and again we tend to forget so. Destructing their hives and even their environment.

This quote by Einstein is a lovely reminder;

“If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe, then man would have only four years of life left. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more man.”

Since this post is about Tree Love, here’s my two pence about the gracious tree.  I’m floored by its magnanimity as it lent out its graceful branches, for the bees to home. Such acts of uniqueness and love.

Therefore it is for us to “bee unique”, and give some bits of ourselves to others and the universe.



Linking up with our lovely tree-lady Parul for #ThursdayTreeLove



9 thoughts on “Bee Unique: #ThursdayTreeLove

  1. I have never seen anything as unique as this. Such a beautiful way of nature to provide homes to so many bees. It’s amazing and equally good that you were able to spot this and click it. I loved this entry.

    When we went to Bandhavgarh, we did cross parts of Kanha and Pench. But I would love to visit these two national parks too. I love jungles and the serenity they bring.

    Glad you joined, Natasha! Looking forward to seeing you on the 23rd.

  2. well, said. I’m happy to see that human interference seems to be absent here. Nature is in full control!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

CommentLuv badge