This giant Rain Tree is named after the Koder family, prominent Jewish members of the Fort Cochin community. This tree is part of the Fort Cochin Tree Trail.
This tree is at the beginning of the Tree Trail, at the lovely Kashi Art cafe. This cafe, its owners, and their family were instrumental in bringing together the knowledge and dedication to start establishing the Fort Cochin Tree Trail. Thanks!
A rainforest tree grows on the border of Tamil Nadu and Kerala at the gateway of Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary
A few minutes after happily surviving a motorcycle crash mostly unscathed, my friend and I were glad to have finally returned to Highway 69 where we encountered this banyan
A large banyan on the almost barren laterite highlands above Gokarna and Om Beach
At Palolem in South Goa, a generation of large casuarina trees used to line the beach, but unfortunately only a single one remains
A broad mango in the church Square in Goa’s capitol of Panjim is a central point to a pleasant district
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.
At the vegetable-cum-clothing market in Margao, Goa, this nice tree grows over the commercial activity