A cedar tree on the Mall of Darjeeling, near the Raj Bhavan
A now-dead cedar at a welcoming Tibetan monastery in McLeod Ganj serves as a post for colorful prayer flags
Prayer flags on display above the Tibetan refugee colony of McLeod Ganj center on one tall cedar tree on a hilltop
With a cement building growing around it, this deodar tree is the only tree alive at the bus stand in McLeod Ganj, the Himalayan Tibetan Refugee colony.
Above the Himachal State Library, on the Mall in Shimla, this cedar growns on the ridge dividing the Indus and Ganga drainages
Near the bus stand in New Manali, a large old cedar has died and is soon to crumble over the roadway
Visible from the Tapovan road past Joshimath in the High Himalaya are these two majestic deodars stand alone amongst the farmfields, just around the corner from Nanda Devi, one of the world’s tallest mountains.
A stroll along the ridge from Landour in the misty green hills edging the Himalaya takes you to this cedar tree festooned with prayer flags
A sacred tree just outside the Hadimba cedar grove, dedicated to Ghatotkach
Just next to the temple at the ancient Hadimba cedar grove, an aging tree was cut down before it could fall on the temple or the the pilgrims