Sunday, November 1, 2009

plant comparisons

Green 'beach pods' hanging from leafy vines resemble giant pea-pods and grow very close to the shoreline where rocks are a prominent feature.
Small packet-type plant leafs are found in sandy soil and adhere to clothes when walking through such an area -- these resemble flattened supermarket peas and also resemble an advanced form of bathroom mold found on moist tiles. The mold is extremely difficult to remove unless dried from room non-use, and then can be easily peeled off tile.
[The images appear muddy but can be clear.]

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