Noor | #ThursdayTreeLove - 13

Bangalore - February 2020
Thanks to this blog-hop, I look out for trees everywhere. This must be the most gorgeous, most mighty tree I have seen in a while. Nestled among high-rise buildings, she spread out her wings to let the light seep through her. 

There is a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in.

~ Leonard Cohen 

**Noor: The Divine Light.

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Thursday Tree Love is a photo feature on the fabulous Parul's blog hosted on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month. The next edition will be live on March 26th, 2020. If you would like to play along, post a picture of a tree on your blog and link it back to her post.

19 comments:

  1. Love those branches framing the sky. Beautiful sky.

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    1. I know, right? That is what caught my eye.

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  2. I really need to take more inspiration from all of you... i barely notice the trees around me presently!! I don't think I even see any.

    Godyears.net

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    1. I didn't too, until Parul happened to me :P

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  3. Wow! Mighty, indeed!
    And, I agree, trees must be considered the feminine gender. <3

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  4. It's beautiful - like a dense network of fine branches.

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  5. I agree that this tree hop is making me fall in love with and look out for fabulous trees all over town. I just came back from Uttarakhand and have so many pics which I am dying to share now.

    Love this pic Soumya- the way the branches are growing up as if reaching for that divine light!!

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  6. Lovely! You are right. This one feels like it's framing everything like the divine light, the Noor. What a lovely name. Thanks for joining, Soumya! See you back tomorrow.

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  7. That's exactly the type of tree I love to see - the twisted branches against the sky, and the hope of the green leaves.

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  8. A beautiful tree. I love how your describe her. Her wings open allowing light to warm us in winter, softened with shade in summer. Comforting quote, too!

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  9. Such an elegant look! I, too, keep an eye out for trees and make sure to click.

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