Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Forest Dweller, Original Oil Painting, 8x10

One of the things I enjoyed while walking through the Mangrove Forest was the beauty of the orchids and air plants attached to mangrove trees. The mangroves were old, and just a tangle that no one could get through without the convenience of the trail made for us tourists. This was so different from the delicate appearance of mangroves beside water. These were substantial trees offering yet another kind of home to wildlife.