12 July 2018

Sea Change (ThursdayTreeLove)


These trees caught my eye in the peak of summer because it seemed as if their bare branches had intertwined to create a black and white painting! This effect continued even as I walked closer to the trees. 


Pune, hills, deciduous

This was on 23rd May 2018. 

Just a few days and a couple of showers later, both had undergone a sea change.. Here are the same two trees on the 18th June 2018. 

Trees, Pune, hills

Surprisingly the two-toned effect  continues even once trees are full of leaves. One had lighter green leaves and the one had dark green foliage.



The strangest part is that I have walked on this spot for so many years in all seasons, but it was only last month that I noticed the colours. The trees are beautiful both with and without foliage. 

Nature's beauty is all around us at all times of the year. We only have to look.

I am joining Parul in her #ThursdayTreeLove blog hop. Head over to see some amazing trees from around the world. 

PS. Tree ID: The lighter coloured tree is a Dalbergia sp and the one with the dark bark is a species of Accacia.

4 comments:

Alana said...

These are trees that do not grow where I live. What a quick change!

Shilpa Nairy said...

Lovely trees and good capture Archana. Liked your observation! Both times it looked amazing. Yes, Nature beauty is all around.

Archana said...

@Alana Yes indeed. Thanks for stopping by!

Archana said...

Thanks Shilpa :-)