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I am a Tree: #WordlessWednesday #WednesdayWisdom


“Grounded and free,

Born to be a tree.”





Lockdown has been a boon for nature. This is one of the small examples of how nature starts to breathe and flourish when we honour its spaces.

In the last 9 years I haven’t seen so many vibrant hues in this season. Gurugram, in North India is a semi-arid city, monsoons are sparse, and it is pegged as the 7th most polluted cities in the world. Yet, the tree and the habitat above is a small portrayal of how in just two-and-a-half months a city was revived of it’s oxygen supplement.

There is a burst of colours across the landscape. And trees are generously fruiting their fragrant bounty. It’s a pleasure to our senses and taste buds to feast upon the fruit laden trees in our neighbour hood.

Immensely grateful for nature’s gifts. Always to be treasured.








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28 thoughts on “I am a Tree: #WordlessWednesday #WednesdayWisdom

  1. Look at that gorgeousness. Can’t pick which is more beautiful. The one on the road or on the terrace. Loved the shot, Natasha. So true that the pandemic healed the Earth. Glad you joined. Thank you and see you tomorrow 🙂

  2. Beautiful captures, Natasha.
    True that it feels like nature is finally recovering, but would like to add that we too have learnt to really ‘look’ around and appreciate the beauty that’s nearby! That has made a lot of difference too…isnt it 🙂

    1. I agree. I guess we are tuning in to nature far more than we ever did.
      Every challenge comes with a set of lessons.

      Man needed to learn how to acknowledge nature after having plundered it for so long.
      Some lessons to carry forth. Always a pleasure to read your comments, Priya.

    1. Forgiveness is the only way to move forward and nature ceaselessly teaches us that lesson.

      We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children. Remember that Native American proverb.

      Yes staying afloat. Hugs

  3. Indeed, everywhere it has been observed that nature has been reborn since the lockdown. It is a pity that people did not understand before that a little restraint in the use of cars, of the polluting industry, would bring great benefits to nature and, through this, to themselves.

    Happy WW, dear Natasha!

  4. So beautiful my dearest friend… with so many flowers and plants are there lots of bees? If there is I could not be here for long I’m allergic bees. OUCH! It’s so very beautiful though. I bet it really smells good too! Thank you so much for sharing. I must hit the sack now… my back has been hurting pretty bad the last few days. Have a great week!!! Sending BIG HUGE HUGS for you! May God watch over you & yours and keep you safe from any harm. Have a great weekend! HUGS

  5. I have noticed that the colors are better and there is more flowers blooming and stuff. I know that I am noticing every flower and all the nature around me.

    Beautiful photos.

    Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.

  6. It’s so beautiful. I’ve not noticed any changes, but I live where there are few people so things look the same.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Natasha. ♥

  7. This was an unanticipated benefit of the lock-down. I was amazed at how few airplanes and motor vehicles are causing noise and pollution. Things are slowly moving back to “normal” despite the fact that we are seeing more cases than in the first month of the outbreak.

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