Mesh

Here’s my clicks around an old mesh of window. Amazingly, I spotted a creature, a leaf, few rain drops and experiment with smoke produced with incense stick. A nice morning start with pleasant fragrance…

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Herbs- 1

While clicking these pictures, I thought they would be just weeds but, surprisingly, they all are of great medicinal use.

Oxalis violaceae

Oxalis violaceae
Commonly known as violet woodsorrel or sour grass.
The herb has many medicinal properties like it is a blood purifier and anthelmintic (Able to destroy parasitic worms).
Clicked this because of its heart shaped leaves.

Euphorbia chamaesyce

Euphorbia chamaesyce
It is uses as folk medicine in treatment of asthma and bronchitis.
Small leaves, small flowers and the herb spread in a large area(Only a part in pic).

Phyllabthus niruri

Phyllabthus niruri
Also called Chanca pierre.
It is one of the Amazon rainforest herbs and used in treatment of kidney stones.
Just loved the pattern of leaves.

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Plant life in concrete

If there is hope, then only there’s life.

And the plant’s life can be found on the concrete and ends of bricks too.

Reason – The cracks present in the concrete or bricks pave a way for the root system growth for the plants growing out of a seed. As the concrete does not absorb the rainwater so, much water is available for the growth of plants.

Plants do not create the cracks as the tender roots cannot penetrate through the solids like concrete and bricks.

In pictures, you can see.

Life is really so fascinating. Always love your life and yourselves too, it is a great privilege to live a life.

So little plant…
Little young…
A little one
Another plant
Some leaves are dried, probably due to absence of nutrient.

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