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That is a gorgeous Jacaranda!
Oooh! What a beautiful tree.
Even the stubborn old cow camera cannot make that tree any less beautiful. Oh the color! And just when we are losing all our leaves over here in the U.S., it's so nice to see. :)
wow. i have never seen a tree this color...
Jacaranda's are one of my favourite
Great shot! And the colour of the Jacaranda came out very well. I love this tree. Did not know, you have Jacarandas in Australia as well, for they come from South America originally. What a coincidence. Actually, I have a Jacaranda tree seedling on my balcony. I took the seed with me from Lisbon (Portugal), where these trees can survive the winter and are a quite familiar sight along the streets. Now my little Jac. has shed the leaves and I'll have to take it in soon bevore night frosts become to strong. Love this shot! Will see if I can find a Jacaranda-in-flower-shot from Lisbon...
YW Didnt they pick the perfect spot to plant it? Fabbo!Ces You see why I had to plant one when we bought our place - how could anyone resist? BetteJo Hooray! Surrogate Summer! LOLKJ So magnificent KJ, I fell in love with them when I saw the first one - about 10 years ago now.Melanie Im with you there, I so adore ours, and its done so well - not quite as big as this one yet - but getting there - Hooray!Areeiro I dont know where they originate, but Im very glad these are here! LOL But Australia does share many plants with Africa - many Acacias and Protea's which we call native, are also native to Africa. Keeps one on thier toes I can tell you!
That tree IS impressive. Is yours in flower too?
Barkfoot Yes it is, thanks for asking! Ive been hoping for a nice blue sky for a background for it - but no luck yet! Now if all these grey clouds would let the rain fall LOLHmmmm, maybe I should wash the car?
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