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The wooden sculpture and the blue door were photographed by me in Cuautinchan , nearby Puebla, Mexico. In this little, picturesque town there is a 16 century Franciscan monastery.

The red flower is called “colorin”, coral tree, botanical name Erythrina coralloides Its white wood is used for making bungs and, especially in San Luis Potosí, figurines. The clusters of red flowers on the naked Coral Tree make it an attractive ornamental. The seeds are very poisonous.The flowers are also used as a food source. You can eat it as “tortitas de colorin”, which is something like a hamburger. The cooked flowers (with salt, garlic and onion) have a flavour similar to beef – it is really delicious!

Comments

  • Caterpillar
    Caterpillarover 3 years ago

    Świetne, z magicznym klimatem…
    Bardzo ładnie wychodzą Ci te zestawienia, masz prawdziwy talent :)

  • Dzieki bardzo, Kasiu! No wlasnie ostatnio bardzo mi sie podobaja te kolorystyczne zabawy :))

    – Eliza1Anna

  • artisandelimage
    artisandelimageover 3 years ago


    bravo !
    my best, your host (francis).

  • Thank you very much for the feature! Most appreciated! :)

    – Eliza1Anna

  • steppeland
    steppelandover 3 years ago

    Love it! Marvellous collage and colours!

  • Thank you for your lovely comment and the fave! Most appreciated! :)

    – Eliza1Anna

  • Linda Lees
    Linda Leesover 3 years ago

    I love the colors from this work, congratulations on being featured.

  • Thank you very much for your comment and the congrats, Linda! Most appreciated! :)

    – Eliza1Anna

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