Japan in shambles,
but one blue jacaranda
in Puebla sings.

© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher
Photo: Barrio del Artista, Puebla, Puebla, México
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Posted on March 18, 2011, in Haiku My Heart, Himmelsk, Mexico, Puebla, Sky Watch Friday. Bookmark the permalink. 16 Comments.

  1. That’s what makes life so very beautiful..in spite of what each day rolls out..

  2. Such a gorgeous photo when enlarged! Life is a miracle after all…

  3. All my favorite colors – so beautiful.

  4. Thank you fro this. It’s a beautiful reminder that, in spite of all the chaos and destruction that has happened around the world, there is still so much beauty to celebrate.

  5. Love the three in the front! So nice!!

  6. Beautiful angle. Love the creative use of the natural setting.


  7. I’m stunned. I’ve never seen a blue jaciranda before. Yellow. Pink. But never Blue.

  8. It is a lovely, graceful tree, and fits wonderfully in its surroundings!

  9. Both of your haiku’s this week were wonderful. I hope you are enjoying your trip. Thanks for visiting me. : )

  10. this is so true and well expressed.
    may we all love more fiercely reminded by japan how everything can change in the blink of an eye.

  11. In the mids’t of devastation hope survives!!
    Japan crumbles and world tries to revive it!!

  12. And how beautifully she sings, reminding us all to sing out loud our praises for beauty!

    Sue x

  13. Wonderful picture !

    Wish you a nice weekend

  14. Beautiful capture!

  15. magic… there is something so special abt the jacaranda tree… as if angels are singing when it blooms… i’ve never met a jacaranda tree i didn’t fall in love with…

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