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Morning walk at GKVK campus

Bangalore city has many green spaces. GKVK campus with 1200 acres of greenery is one such place. Last Sunday, wife and I went for our morning walk at this campus belonging to University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore. It was a pleasant walk. Here are some pictures of the interesting sights we saw...






The smell of incense sticks and camphor permeates the air outside a temple...



A Cattle Egret walks around the grassland foraging for insects...














Cashew trees were laden with ripe fruits...


Yellow cashew apples are tastier than the red ones...


Mango trees were also in show-off mode...


I liked these trees with crooked trunks...


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31 comments:

  1. Wow. Fascinating sights from your morning walk. These are all really great shots.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  2. Hello!:) Excellent photography! Lovely shots of the Cattle Egret, and those ribbon-like trees are most unusual.

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  3. I bet you enjoyed your morning walk indeed..

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  4. So beautiful pics. Loved the post.

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  5. Beautiful clicks. Moments of life beautifully captured. :)

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  6. Beautiful shots of the egret and the fruits. I love this post.

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  7. You captured excellent detail on the Egret. Very nice! Thanks for linking up!

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  8. A great series of photos. I too like the crooked tree shot!!

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  9. You captured some amazing shots! The crooked trees are so unique! I have never seen a cashew tree. It is so interesting. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    Jann

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  10. Superb images of the C Egret and close ups of the plants as well as those wonderful trees. Have a happy weekend.

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  11. Hello, I love the tree photos, lovely! The cattle egret is beautiful, great photos and post!

    Thank you so much for linking up and sharing your post! Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

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  12. Oh how I'd love to be able to grow mango trees. The park looks amazing.

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  13. I do thank you so much for sharing this with us birders at I'd Rather B Birdin'...it's always a pleasure visiting!! Such sharp, clear, images of the egret AND the vegetation are exceptional.

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  14. You have taken some beautifull photos, I really like the Cattle egret lovely sharp photos.
    Take care Gordon.

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  15. Beautiful photos! So very detailed. Suddenly, I'm hungry for cashews and mangoes though.

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  16. magnificent photos Thank you!

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  17. Thanks for sharing your post to the blogger’s pit stop, very pretty images.

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  18. What a fantastic and scenic series of photos. I had no idea that you could eat the cashew fruit. The things I learn!

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  19. Beautiful!
    Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2017/05/the-beautiful-city-of-jaffa.html

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  20. What a great collection of photos. The photos of the skinny and crooked tree trunks are my favourites. I did not know about cashew apples, only about cashews. What do the apples taste liek?

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    1. Cashew apples are sweet and taste like pear with a hint of mango and citrus flavours. Feni, a country liqueur produced in Goa, is made from Cashew apples.

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  21. Those birds photos are just lovely!

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  22. Love animal and nature shots! Thanks for linking up at NanaHood!

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  23. Wow...great photos and I especially enjoyed the egret...Michelle

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  24. que imágenes más bonitas has captado en tu paseo mañanero...
    Saludos

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