A neem tree graces the steps of a distinctly Portuguese and Catholic Church deboted to Saint Francisco.
This small, unassuming tree, grows at the entranceway to the Rapinat Herbarium at St Joseph’s College, in Trichy, where the rainforest botanist Father Matthew contributed immensely to ithe dentification of the plants of the Indian tropical rainforests
Below Edakkal Caves, there is a rock carving of the Christian story of Eve being tempted by the Serpent to eat from the forbidden Tree of Knowledge
A Catholic church is crowned by a banyan tree
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
Melagres Church is a landmark in the center of Mangalore, and this rain tree is prominent on its right side
Yet another neon palm tree, near St Thomas Church, at the end of Sudder Street, Kolkata
A sculpture representing a metal tree, and reminding us of the shared Deluge mythology throughout the world. Maybe a reminder of our postglacial window, and our pre-greenhouse world?
Near the massive cathedrals of Old Goa, a Royal Palm is being choked by an electrical wire wrapped around it