Alone on the beach between the mainland and a rock island, a mangrove tree clings to the rocks,
At Palolem in South Goa, a generation of large casuarina trees used to line the beach, but unfortunately only a single one remains
A Catholic church is crowned by a banyan tree
A banyan hides in the forest near the main road behind Benaulim Beach in South Goa
A broad mango in the church Square in Goa’s capitol of Panjim is a central point to a pleasant district
A lovely and prominent flowering tree in the central Church Square in the old Portuguese colonial city of Panjim
At one of the footbridges in east Panjim, a gnarly old copperpod greets travelers to Goa.
This is a young banyan that will one day offer lovely shade and protection to this footbridge in Panjim.
A shrine to the Divine Wind, Maruti, is capped by a small tree at the main bus stand in Goa’s capital, Panjim.
Small trees grace the Community Market in the center of the Goan town of Mapusa