Monday Mystery Photo for this Week:
Each Monday, I post a mystery photo, or occasionally a mystery object, such as the photograph this week, which has been kindly submitted by the blogger, TheSnowMeltsSomewhere. Do you know what it could be?
I invite you to leave a comment* if you think you know the location of this week’s photograph, (posted above), or what it is. The following week, when the answer is revealed, I will link back to your blog, if you have guessed correctly. Guest contributions to MMP are very welcome. Just flick me an email.
Last Week’s Photo:
Our guest photographer last week, was Ineke, in New Zealand, although it was not New Zealand in the Mystery photo. We had several guesses from all corners of the world. The biggest clue was the flowering trees in the photo: these were Jacaranda trees, and the location was, in fact, Buluwayo, the second largest city in Zimbabwe.
Wikipedia tells me that although the Jacaranda tree is native to Mexico:-
“It is regarded as an invasive species in parts of South Africa and Queensland, Australia, the latter of which has had problems with the Blue Jacaranda preventing growth of native species. Lusaka, the capital of Zambia, and Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, also see the growth of many jacarandas.”
Many thanks to Ineke for a great Monday Mystery Photo. It is not often we are able to stump everyone! And thanks for introducing us to a little of Zimbabwe.
Monday Mystery Photo offers Something Fun to Ponder About