This dead tree was encountered, as a stump, in a very short train stop while travelling on India’s east coast
A neem tree grows on the main commercial street at Sathya Sai Baba’s Ashram in Puttaparthi
A peepal tree growing at the gate of the incredibly popular Ashram of Sathya Sai Baba
A prominent coconut at the Sathya Sai Baba Ashram, and the site of near panic as my camera had mechanical troubles for the sixth or seventh time on this project
On the ancient granite boulders of Gangabaoli, Hyderabad, an old imli tree grows between huge rocks, where children go to fly kites and adults go to watch the sun set.
At Secret Lake, a small tourist attraction near Hyderabad’s Cyber City, there is a cafe made of plastic rocks with a plastic tree inside.
A peepal tree within sighting distance of Hyderabad’s central Four Towers landmark, Char Minar.
Just below the top of Hyderabad’s Golconda Fort, this neem tree is next to several wonderfully colorful rock paintings of Hindu deities.
A small neem tree shelters a Kali shrine as one ascends Golconda Fort.
At the entrance to Hyderabad’s Golconda Fort, this tree grows next to the famous Clapping Portico, where the news of visitor’s arrival to the king’s fortress could be transmitted with a strong clap.