A green treat #ThursdayTreeLove

In May 2018, we headed out for visiting Roald Dahl museum. Unfortunately, we got a call from the museum while we had reached midway that it had to be closed down due to flash floods from the last night. We were disappointed. We had no other alternative but to go straight to our hotel in a place interestingly called Tring. I took this photo in the rear garden of the hotel. I actually clicked the best photos in this garden.

Why am I sharing this?

I think I am done with winter already. I need a green treat. The greenery of trees.

Linking this post with #Thursday Tree Love hosted by Parul Kashyap Thakur

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13 comments

  1. Surprisingly its been so long since I’ve been around a garden with this kind of greenery all over… Need to change my own patterns.

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  2. I love green spots. They give me so much comfort! And greenery is shrinking in Bangalore, sadly. I wish I could see lush lawns with green trees more often. Currently, it is spring and those pretty pink and purple flowers have starting coming on trees. My favourite in Bangalore spring.

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  3. Hi Anamika. Felt so good to see the greenery you have captured. Remembered a famous Hindi film dialogue – Mann Garden Garden ho gaya! πŸ™‚

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  4. Is there a story behind that name – ‘Tring’? I like the greenery you captured, Anamika. It’s oddly cold and dull here since last Friday. So not the Phoenix I knew. I won’t be capturing luscious greeneries this month I guess. πŸ™‚

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  5. What a happy green place. I liked how you made the most of the day. So what if the museum did not work out? The day would have been a happy one. Thank you for joining and now that you have pictures clicked, I will look forward to seeing you on the 28th. πŸ™‚

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  6. Green is always a treat for the eye:) bringing calmness to the mind and relaxation to the body, I would love to lie down on this green grass and look up at the blue sky.

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