Saturday, October 21, 2006

Jacaranda-palooza, part 3

If you've just come across this, go read Monday's part 1 to understand what's happening. (To the extent that anything I do here can be understood.) And you may as well review yesterday's part 2, just so you can say you did.

It's better to regret what you did than what you did not. And with that in mind, here's three more pictures of jacaranda trees that you can regret looking at later.

Just down the road from the Disney Music Concert Hall, they line the median.
(Remember: the focus in supposed to be the trees...)

In front of a Spanish-style home in West Hollywood,
purple is the only color of the rainbow this tree needs.
(Go ahead and just leave your hate mail in the comments...)

In the city of Walnut Park (adjacent to South Gate and Watts), one would expect Roosevelt Park to have... walnut trees (do walnuts grow on trees?), but amidst all the taller foliage there's some jacaranda as well.
[This was taken from a moving train. They're not all going to have swanky composition or great lighting, folks.]

[Can you click on the pictures to get a bit clearer images?
You'll just have to try it and see. Then click Back, if you want.]

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