Thursday, August 22, 2013

Catalpa Blossom revisited

The Catalpa tree is a lush resident in any yard. We re fortunate to have several in our neighborhood, where right around mid June their white blossoms erupt from their green pods for and display a tremendous depth of surface and play of purple reds and undulating whites. I look forward to the show every year...if only to have the experience of attempting to capture their mini-majesty.

The blossoms last for about a week. Then they disappear...and we wait for another year for them to be reborn and grace the street of our town once again.

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