Close-up with a tree #ThursdayTreeLove

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Here are different shots of the same tree from varying distances beginning from afar and gradually getting closer to it. What appeared to be an uninteresting tree from a distance had quite a many peculiarities when looked at closely. This was unlike all the trees in its neighbourhood which was a Japanese Garden.

I will visit this tree again in the summer to see it green and blooming.

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

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26 comments

    1. I will come back to post the tree’s photo again in spring or summer. This was a Japanese garden which was at its beautiful best 6 years ago when I visited then. Now it is in peril. I hope the council turns it around this summer.

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  1. Your pictures are so cool, Anu! But, they brought to mind the kind of trees we see in horror movies–with a haunted bungalow nearby..and a crow, perhaps, or a cat, cawing/mewing somewhere when the actors arrive at the place.
    😉

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  2. Very unusual shape for a tree, Anamika! Thanks for sharing these closeup shots! As a tree-lover, I never ever tire of watching trees wherever I go. It would be interesting to see this tree in the different seasons, as you mentioned. The second picture is inspiring me to write a story, you know. Maybe, I will and if I do, I’ll tag you too! 🙂

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  3. Very nice pictures! who ever said only flowers or leaves are beautiful? Your pictures show the true beauty of a tree. Thanks for sharing them. Waiting for the pictures of the same trees when in full bloom. 🙂

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  4. Okay, so I realize that I missed TTL last week. Lovely captures, Anamika. Trees carry a peculiar beauty and they seem to radiate it differently from different angles. I hope the tree was okay with the paparazzi bugging her so much! 🙂

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