Thursday, September 10, 2009

On road - Shisham trees.

Shisham or tally trees along the roadsides near Burewalla. As the road continues, they also move on but still are vanishing in large number from the country due to die back disease of Sisso. Mostly it occurred in those trees planted near the cultivated fields or along the roadsides or highways where soil is frequently dug up for repairing of the roads. Shisham trees almost vanished from the cities. Much less efforts have been done to save them.

But hope lives on after seeing these wonderful trees growing perfectly.


Muhammad khabbab said...

mania, nice blog. these road side trees are marvelous. If you happen to go to hasan-abdal through GT road you will see such pretty roadside trees along the road that you will get enchanted for sure. the pics of banyan trees are excellent as well. keep posting.

mania said...

Thanks for liking and yes i have been through the old Gt road a couple of times. Old road, old trees.

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