Sunday, July 12, 2009

Hangers


Another pic out of Shivpuri (Madhya Pradesh). What is in focus is a root hanging down a Banyan tree [Ficus benghalensis], as if inquiring when would it reach its destination.

It is only because of my love for these huge trees that made me place this snap upon the blog; donno why, but there's always something mysterious that attracts me to this giant. Its prop roots which grow downwards as slender vine reach the ground, take root and grow into woody trunks that become indistinguishable from the main trunk, as if to start a new unending journey again.

There is another such giant tree within the compound of Rajasthan High Court, at Jaipur, which I wanna click. Lets see, when I get the opportunity to go there not in my black robe, but with my black Nikon.

1 comment:

Honey said...

if viewed from my eyes.. its like child waiting for her mother to hold her in the arms...protecting!

waiting for the moment
its time to surrender
immerse with the mother sand
to let it hold me in its hand
allow me to finally sleep
rest forever in her laps!