Now did they say this was the “cannon ball tree”?
-well there was one on each side of the entrance, so significant!
Nice tree!——–and nice cow, seen from bicycle, marked for the owner—-
-and Lotus flowers, gathered, primped and sold in vast numbers for worshippers at Buddhist temples to present.
tree called Sri Lankan Laburnum, sorry about the focus!
Tree might appear later!-meantime, is this Frangipani, or am I mixed up?
Jack fruit and monk to scale——
Monkey, only a few sorts in Sri Lanka.
AHA! the so called Sri Lankan Laburnum, you can see where they are coming from—-
Someone give me a name for this–
Only joking! –but this might be a flower which will grow in UK but not in Scotland, far too cold.
-nice tho, as is this, reliably informed it’s “blue star” and not found anywhere else.
and below is the flower of the tea camellia, plant escaped from cultivation—
He was close by, but now for a rest and a different topic——–