Deodar cedar/Himalayan cedar/Deodar : Tall and beautiful.
Trees are the earth’s endless effort to speak to the listening heaven.
~ Rabindranath Tagore
One tree, many in the background..Oops, where are the leaves?
Against the sky I love the background, don’t you? Wanna lie on it? (Caution: It might do more than just tickling, hehehe) Deodar Cone (Don’t know if it’s male or female) More needle shaped leaves for you These trees can grow upto 60 metres (197 ft.)! (Wikipedia) Aaaaah… Now that’s a view I wish I could see all the time. *SIGH*
Hope you liked my little investigation. And apologies for not replying to your comments lately. But I surely read all of them and loved them too!
Some “golden” sunset memories from last year when I was enjoying the evening with my family. We didn’t need a restaurant or a shopping mall, just us and some stones and perhaps this river too…
The sun finally did hide behind the mountain and the night hurriedly set in, but the time that we spent together was priceless.
~ That whole time the river flew in its own joy, and so did we… ~
~ View from the opposite side ~ ~ My mother picked these stones from the thousands that were lying at the riverside and carefully stacked them up ~ ~ It was fun watching her do this, hehehe ~ ~ A very tiny and simple task I know, but “sweetest” thing in the world! ~
“We do not remember days; we remember moments.”