Tree Love January 2024

“I love walking in the woods, along the trails, by the beaches. I love being part of nature. I love walking alone. It is therapy. One needs to be alone, to recharge one’s batteries.”

~ Grace Kelly

While traveling across Nilgiri forest enroute pykara lake in Ooty, I was memserised by this green spread.

This foliage was picture worthy.

Nilgiri forest


We cannot overemphasize forests’ vital role in life on earth and survival. We all depend on them, from helping us breathe to housing thousands of species. Apart from their functional value in our lives, forests also have superb beauty. You understand how grand and powerful it can feel if you’ve ever stepped into a forest. We also explore the forest’s beauty through paintings and many other art forms.

As human impact continues to grow, forests play a role in mitigating climate change.

Nilgiri forest

Nilgiri Forest

Namely, It is located in the Western Ghats. The Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve encompasses parts of Tamilnadu, Kerala, and Karnataka. Nilgiris is known for its eucalyptus oil and tea and also produces bauxite.  Tropical evergreen forests are found along the slopes of the Nilgiris and Annamalai hills in Tamil Nadu.

Besides, Forest products contribute to our daily living through wood, food, and medicine. We rely on them for the essential element to survive: oxygen. In this same way, trees absorb carbon dioxide from our atmosphere.


Nilgiri forest

In short, My drive thru Nilgiri forest was worth the drive.

Tree Love

Moreover, 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.
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3 Responses

  1. Thanks for joining, Pragun. The greens of the Nilgiris have a charm of their own.

  2. Divya says:

    Oh yes! Eucalyptus is so much a part of the area. I spent a good part of my childhood there. The memory of those dark forests with those tall trees with pealing barks and even the smells are so nostalgic. I also love that stretch of road on the Gudalur – Ooty route that passes through a Eucalyptus grove. <3

  3. Archana says:

    Totally agree! Nilgiris have a unique beauty and enjoyed it again via your post!

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