The 4th shade of Magnolia #WordlessWednesday #ThursdayTreeLove

I have visited this Magnolia tree in the Avenham Park in the last 3 seasons beginning with the winter when it was all bare with unusual twisted branches. I wasn’t aware of the name of this tree then which I got to know later from the readers of my #ThursdayTreeLove post.

Click on the link to see the winter image in the post – Close-up with a tree #ThursdayTreeLove

In the spring season, the tree flowered and the flowers appeared to me like lotus except that these lotuses grew on a tree.

Click on the link to see the spring image in the post – Close-up with a tree Revisited #ThursdayTreeLove

In the following summer, it bloomed full blast in green.

Click on the link to see the summer image in the post – The Magnolia Tree #ThursdayTreeLove

Therefore, It was natural for me to visit the park and this tree in particular in this season of autumn. Here is the 4th shade of the Magnolia tree.

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Linking this post with #WorldnessWednesday hosted by Esha M Dutta

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Linking this post with #ThursdayTreeLove hosted by Parul Thakur

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5 comments

  1. So glad you joined us with this beautiful tree picture, Anamika! It is lovely to see how the seasons change the entire landscape so dramatically in each season! I’ve never thought of it but it’s a clever idea to photograph the same tree in different seasons! Loved this shot and so happy to see you take the time out to blog even if it is a photo post! Hope we can catch up sometime in the coming days. Take care

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  2. Haven’t seen this shade of magnolia yet but it’s such a gorgeous tree. Everytime I see one I go awwwww… Its such a magnificent flower.

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  3. Love all the captures of this beautiful tree, Anamika. Flaunting the four seasons with pride – we have so much to learn from our surroundings, haven’t we? 🙂

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