The Bespectacled Mother

Same tree in different light #ThursdayTreeLove 13


The flower-laden tree on a cloudy day.


The same tree in fairly good light on a bright day


A few days later, the same tree on a sunny day but by this day the white flowers had all fallen and the tree had turned gree.

I meet this tree once a week when Dhruv and I take a detour and go for a long walk, forgoing the usual shorter way, while returning home from school.

Linking this post with #ThursdayTreeLove hosted by Parul Thakur

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12 thoughts on “Same tree in different light #ThursdayTreeLove 13

  1. Rajlakshmi on said:

    The tree looks pretty, looks best in proper light. Loved the idea of capturing this tree in different weather. 😊


  2. pratikshya2 on said:

    The pictures are beautiful. The tree has different colours and hues in every picture. Majestic one.


  3. G Angela David on said:

    wow loved the way you have captured, same tree with different look:) so much like humans, change and adapt as per the weather positively:)


  4. I like the first one the most.

    Agree with Angela though, so much like humans 🙂


  5. All the shots are lovely though I love the long shot the most. I can almost imagine you and D walking on the road and D pointing to the tree and saying—”Woh raha ped. Ab photo kheench lo, mummy!” 😀


  6. I love all the shots. How different the tree looks in different light.


  7. Anamika,
    I envy your long walks- you don’t need any other exercise or excuse to keep Dhruv away from electronic devices.


  8. What a great idea to capture the tree in different light conditions! I like the one with the blue sky! Your walks must be especially lovely with these lovely trees around!


  9. Shirley Corder on said:

    Lovely idea. Beautiful tree and super photos! Thankful Thursday Week 21: Being thankful for GDRP takes a stretch!


  10. Gorgeous captures of the unique trees and leaves behind the building. It makes for such a unique view and looks much very much British.


  11. Beautiful Anamika.. Shades of the same tree indeed. Getting a little profound here, like how we have different shades on different days sometimes :))


  12. What a lovely tree 🙂 I love it the most when it’s sunny. The green and then the shadow makes is so much beautiful. Thank you so much for linking.


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