A lovely flowering rhododendron at a dramatic bend on the David Scott Trail in Meghalaya.
Midway on the David Scott trail between Mawphlang and Cherrapunjee in Meghalaya, make sure to give a wave to this tall Japanese redwood.
One small example of the living root bridges of Meghalaya, formed by training the roots of a rubber tree across a creek
A Meghalayan rubber tree at the end of a highwire bridge across one of the marvellous gorges below Cherrapunjee
A living root bridge, with two spans, stretching across a ravine
A young rubber tree with its roots being guided across a river to form a living bridge
Tthis tree marks the location of Cherrapunjee Resort, where the owners have been instrumental in promoting the unique living tree bridges of the region as ecotourism destinations
A rainforest tree growing on some spectacularly sharp and eroded dolomite
When you are passing through the lower parts of Shillong’s Police Bazaar, make sure to say hello to this rubber tree growing at the Lion’s Club Park
A rhododendron overlooking the middle of three waterfalls just south of Shillong in Meghalaya