What a gorgeous place! I love the Banyan trees! Would love to walk there! Terrific post and photos for the day! Hope your week is going well, Vicki!Sylvia
That is a very beautiful tree and at such beautiful warm surroundings. What a difference from the northeast
In my home country,Phils. Banyan trees is populary known as a place where the bad spirits live and the oldies always warn us not to play near it.They also have this story that for every one leaf you burn, one wicked witch will die. LOL!ABC Wednesday
Not a tree I will ever see around these parts.
very unique tree!
big and beautiful. never seen one in person.On behalf of the ABC Wednesday team, thank you! - Ramblin' with Roger
Yes I love those trees too it's amazing how really big they are - great shots neat for ABC :)
This is a beautiful example of Banyan trees. There used to be so many of them around here...but "progress" has interfered. :-(I remember one at the Kapok Tree restaurant (now Sam Ash) that was wonderful. It was where the parking lot now sits.Jane (artfully graced)
They are such cool looking trees.
A lot of B's in this post. I love how you photographed the trunk.
Fantastic captures. They look great.Bikaner, Camel Country
Beautiful! Trees are magnificent living things.
What Beautiful trees! I got a picture of one or two of them in Venice the other day - still in the camera I think. Thanks for reminding me : )
Banyans are so beautiful... Thanks for your comment on my WW post! :)
Great tree captures my friend.
THE BANYAN IS AN INCRESDIBLE ANCIENT TREE. WONDERFUL POST.
Vicki: That is a cool tree from the South.
Love the trees - believe it or not I've never been there!
Absolutely fascinating. Gorgeous, gorgeous!
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