Being a bit short of time today, I just put together a few shots from my morning walks in Tlalpan, the new neighbourhood we live in Mexico city. Good news: Spring IS here. It will reach you soon. February-March mark the blooming of Jacarandas. Some years the city turns all mauve. I thought this year would not be a good one, jacaranda-wise, because of the cold (relatively) January-February we just had. But I was wrong. Jacarandas are superb. 🙂
First time I saw jacarandas was in Kenya, a long time ago. I don’t quite remember the season. The tree seems to originate from tropical central and south America. Though it has now been planted in Asia (Nepal) and Africa, East and South. A question to my South African friends: are your jacarandas blooming now?
“Here lies an open heart”. Or broken? Is that a lemon tree growing in it?
My words are my soul…
Hail Mary. A preview of a “Special” I plan to do. Plenty of material everywhere.
Fragments of Greek walls?
The tree seems to still be alive.
Urban jellyfish. Just discovered a new street art wall. Behind the “Sematary”.
AA, Tlalpan. “I recognize my defeat with alcohol”. “Sólo por hoy”: Only for today! I knew the drawing reminded me of a Greek mythology figure. I had to look around a bit, had forgotten the name: it is Laocoon and his sons. An old greek myth. The statue is in the Vatican:
Laocoon and his sons. (Haven’t got a clue as to the source of the photo)
Spring is definitely here. Those azaleas have never been better. They probably like the new balcony.
“Here lives a dentist.” A nice “plaque”.
“Don’t mess with me.”
“Waiting for a love letter…”
“Hurry! Hurry! We are already late for the next flight!”
Thank you for flying Equinoxio. We need to do a few minor repairs (see above) to our Space-Time craft before our next “shift” in time. Meanwhile, enjoy the week. 🙂