An Australian rainforest black bean tree at the Botanical Gardens in Bhubaneshwar
Look for this Australian acacia tree at the gates of a crumbling, abandoned hotel near the lighthouse at the old and weary beach town of Gopalpur.
This tree stands alone in the farmfields of Bastar, near Kanger Valley National Park
After being devastated by the 2004 December tsunami in the Indian Ocean, the former Danish colony of Tranquebar has a multi-purpose building as a sanctuary from tsunamis and other disasters, and there you can find this Madagascaran flowering tree
One of the largest urban copperpods encountered on this project is to be found at the Jardin Botanique in Pondicherry
Tirupati is a temple famous for pilgrims offering their hair, and this rain tree grows near an area set aside for the haircutters.
Yet another tree encountered en route, this time photographed at the Kottayam bus stand in the Keralan foothills
One of the largest trees spotted in downtown Trivandrum is this fantastic South American Samanea tree, spreading out wide and strong at the Sanskrit College
At the Vivekenanda Ashram near India’s southernmost point is a large forest grove, you can find this old tree by the roadside
A lazy afternoon boat ride on the Kerala Backwater canals can be arranged under this tree at the government boat dock in Allephey