Undergrowth by Thomas Perréon
HIDE AND PEEK A sandhill crane chick keeps itself warm by wrapping up in its mum’s feathers while hitching a ride on her back near Melbourne, Florida. (Photo: Ursula Dubrick / Solent News via The Telegraph)
This is a Eucalyptus deglupta. The colors occur naturally, giving this species the common name Rainbow Tree. It is commonly used on tree plantations for its use as pulpwood.
(Source: brilliantbotany, via wnycradiolab)
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Good morning! Anyone eating something better than this for breakfast? Didn’t think so.
A delicious homage to Pantone and its (growing) heritage of color.