Saturday, October 21, 2006

Jacaranda-palooza, part 2

Continuing this inexplicable crusade to show you mediocre photos I've taken of jacaranda trees around Southern California. Today: a triple shot of shots from downtown L.A.

Enjoy. It won't hurt. Much.

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Row of jacaranda along Flower St. casting shadows in the midday sun.

The lavender blossoms adorn the base of the tallest structure
on the west coast, the US Bank Tower (aka The Library Tower).

What's the first thing motorists see when emerging from the 3rd St. tunnel?
That's right: a jacaranda.
(If you look closely, you'll see one above the top of the tunnel as well.)

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