Spring Having Sprung at The Hub
The past couple of months, I've had a couple of extended gaps in between clusters of visits to the Disneyland Resort, and because of that, I thought I had missed this year's tabebuia blooms at the parks, which typically blossom early--in late February or early March. But it turns out that this year, many of the pink trumpet trees actually burst into color late. Because of the excessive amount of rain we've been getting, the trees actually lay dormant longer than usual, and it's only been the past couple of weeks that they've come into full bloom--especially around The Hub.
Not all four trees are blooming at the same time, which is typical. But right now, the two northern trees are in peak color, and they make excellent accompaniments for a few photos of the Partners Statue, Sleeping Beauty Castle, and the Matterhorn in the frame!
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