Multiple membranes

Multiple membranes. Photo of Philodendron leaves after a rain on the grounds of the Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica.

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Water temple

Water temple. Photo of the reflection of trees in the river, Cano Negro, Costa Rica.

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Ghost ship

Ghost ship. Photo of a shade-cloth enclosed greenhouse on a misty morning, Villa Blanca Cloud Forest Hotel and Nature Reserve, Costa Rica.

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Anticipating abscission

Anticipating abscission. Photo of dying deciduous tree leaf, Cano Negro, Costa Rica.

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Homage to Clyfford Still, No. 2

Homage to Clyfford Still, No. 2. Photo of the bark of a eucalyptus tree (Rainbow Gum) on the grounds of the Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica.

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River view

River view. Photo of the Rio Agua Caliente from a pedestrian suspension bridge near Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica.

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Four choices

Four choices. Photo of a yellow arrow painted on the concrete of a private driveway, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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Blossom bastion

Blossom bastion. Photo of a profusely flowering tree in front of a wall in spring, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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Approaching the micro

Approaching the micro. Photo of melastome leaves, Finca Cantaros, San Vito, Costa Rica.

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No, not chocolate chips…

No, not chocolate chips. Photo closeup of thorny bark of a Ceiba Pochote tree (Ceiba speciosa) in the garden of the Hotel Bougainvillea, Costa Rica.

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