“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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