Tuesday, April 24, 2007


Palo Borracho seedpods

The Palo Borracho trees are losing their leaves and setting fruit. The big seedpods hang from the spiky branches in clusters. Some are as long as footballs but skinnier. Somehow the fruits seem more in character with the swollen trunk and thorns than the pink flowers of late summer.

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This street, Soca, has Palo Borrachos on both sides.

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