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first_imgNature in all its glory has been photographed time and time again. The exhibition Trees showcases photographs of one of nature’s oldest guardians captured by the well known photographer Raghu Rai. The show also showcases coloured photographs that have never been exhibited before.The show opens on April 6 at Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre where it continues for the week and then moves to Art Alive Gallery, Panchsheel Park where it will continue from April 14 to 30. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Commenting on his works, Rai said, “Divine teaching survives and transcends time and the self. My yearning is so obvious, so intense, that my wife Meeta often remarks as she watches me being a maali at our farmland we acquired some two decades ago. While travelling on various assignments as a photographer, I picked up saplings of shrubs and trees and brought them home. He adds, “To my delight, I discovered, over the years, my farm has earth from all over the country. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixI am blessed with this privilege only because of my love for plants, shrubs and trees. On the six acres of canvas that I have been painting with a variety of rare species, I planted a Maple tree (Chinar), which only grows in cold climates like Kashmir; it has now grown into a handsome young tree. Such is the magic of His grace and glory.”When: April 6-12 and April 14 to 30Where: Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre and Art Alive Gallery, Panchsheel Parklast_img read more