Tree Love Cypress

“Someone is sitting in the shade today because

someone planted a tree a long time ago.”

– Warren Buffett

Took an early evening walk on not so usual walking path of mine down Nilgiri hills. What caught my eye was how the trunk of this tree was covered in beautiful greens and climbers. Tree Love bit me again and the tree lover in me was more curious to know more about this tree. I kept on taking a few pics of this Tree. Then, I googled and it sure added to my Tree Dictionary which I call “Treectionary”, that it was Cupressus funebris, the Chinese weeping cypress, is a species of cypress  



Then I just popped my head up to see a more beautiful cypress from where the Sun was peeping from in between. Was unable to capture the whole tree in one go on my mobile. The branches certainly need room to hang. 



They say A weeping cypress is a weeping tree in the cypress genus. Weeping trees are plants with long, drooping branches that are sometimes described as having a sad, depressing, or spooky appearance. But I seriously wonder as this tree gave me calm, peace, and even smiles. The beautiful droop just added to its beauty. It adorns a graceful appearance. 



Tree Love

I’m sharing my #TreeLove with – the #ThursdayTreeLove blog hop, a photo feature hosted by Parul Thakur. Coupled with this, This is my Love Your planet “Earth” post and a post to make us aware of the trees around us.
Save trees, nurture, conserve and preserve the trees around us, and on our planet. Do you love Trees?
Do you love knowing more about trees?  Explore the trees in your neighborhood and join Tree Love.

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4 Responses

  1. Archana says:

    Beautiful!! Thanks for the botanical info!! 🙂 Grand old tree if the trunk size is any indication. Great capture!

  2. I love the beauty of “weeping” trees too. Trying to think of another word instead of weeping. But maybe they are weeping for joy.

  3. Parul Thakur says:

    Love the tree and I love when we meet trees on our walks. My eyes keep looking for varieties of trees around. Thanks for joining, Pragun. See you around.

  4. Vinitha says:

    Beautiful click, Pragun. I see a lot of weeping trees here in Arizona. I love them. I feel like these trees are wearing a beautiful long dress and showing off their beauty in style. Never felt spooky or sad seeing one of these weeping trees.

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