The beautiful flowers of the Coconut.
By the way, here’s an interesting fact about Coconuts:
The concept of large-scale gas deployment in World War 1 made gas masks a necessary tool to survive the war. Gas mask manufacturers in the US developed the use of coconut char (derived from burned coconut husks) as a vital component in gas masks. They discovered that masks using coconut carbon were far more efficient at filtering dangerous substances. Today, coconut carbon is still important in cleaning up radiation and has been used extensively in the cleanup project at the Fukushima nuclear plant.
“The success of a farm is dependent on the footsteps of its farmers.” Words that must echo in the heart of every farm owner.
On a return trip from Cebu I arrived at the farm around 12am. While looking up at the stars, I noticed a white haze in the sky. It was traces of the Great Rift. I grabbed my camera and had all the perimeter and poultry lights turned off. I stayed up til 2am snapping photos. Some of them turned out really well despite the fact that I’m a newbie at Astrophotography.
I always enjoy finding “skeletonized” leaves. They look like scaffolding, or the aerial view of city streets..