Spring

In the last month of spring you will see jacaranda trees bursting with lilac flowers along Sydney streets. My husband calls them a weed because they’re not native to the country. But I don’t care.

I think they’re beautiful.

The trees mean a lot to me. Especially because they came here from other parts of the world. They’re a beautiful symbol of migration and making a home on foreign soil.

Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #6: Spring

10 thoughts on “Spring

  1. That’s a very beautiful symbol for citizens of the world like you. I’ve never heard of this trees and I just googled them. Very impressive!

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    1. Hello Ilka! I love the tree for many reasons. It’s uninspiring most of the year, but come November, it looks beautiful!

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      1. It sounds strange to me that trees bloom in November. : D Here in Germany is November a very grey and sad month, for me it is even the worst, brrr! I hope I remember the wonderful purple flowering trees, that would lighten the sadness. ❤

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