Saturday, September 8, 2012

Saturday Snapshot: September 8, 20012



A very old Banyan tree in  School premises. Many a times are classes are conducted under its shade...

Posted for Saturday Snapshot, hosted by Alyce of At Home With books

14 comments:

Alyce said...

It looks like a nice place to cool off on a warm day!

Trish said...

Oh gosh, that does look very old.

srivalli said...

We didn't have a banyan tree in our school. But we had a Tamarind tree and Peepal tree near our home in Chennai.

DCMetroreader said...

Our schools do the same thing around here and my stepdaughter really enjoys learning outdoors.

Anne Bennett said...

I am so intrigued by banyan trees. I hope to see one some day in person!

bermudaonion said...

That looks like a great place for a class!

Barbara said...

Those are the best classes of all! Outdoors!

Christine Harding said...

Looking at the shadow it casts, it must be quite big, as well as old, and how lovely for pupils to sit beneath it. My Snapshot is at http://goo.gl/g4s6H

ZaraAlexis said...

To be able to learn outside is a wonderful privilege. My poetry classes took place in a park setting, too! May the tree know many students. :D

Here's my snapshot: http://zaraalexis.wordpress.com/2012/09/08/saturday-snapshot-09-08-2012/

Diana Leigh said...

Nice photo! I took an urban botany class in college, and most of it was observing trees on campus. I loved it!
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Bev Hankins said...

It's always nice when the weather's good enough to have class outside! And that looks like a lovely spot for it.

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Irene said...

What a wonderful photo.

Louise said...

It does look a lovely shady spot, I'm sure it's well used.

Kailana said...

Looks wonderful!