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
At the Tibetan Buddhist Temple at McLeod Ganj, this poplar tree has a yellow prayer ribbon tied on it every Friday since April 1997, to pray for the release of the Panchen Lama, born in 1989 and lost track of in China in 1995
A small New Caledonian Araucaria grows at the McLeod Ganj Environmental Centre.
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.
Around the corner from the main market of McLeod Ganj, the Tibetan refugee colony, is an old church nestled in the woods, with this and many other impressive old cedar trees
A huge cedar tree at the small market at Bhagsu, McLeod Ganj, on the path to the lovely waterfalls.
Trekkers who make it up to the dramatic crest of Triund plateau will find this old oak tree perched on the edge of the slopes.