Several months ago when I walked past this mangrove area, the leaves were all green and waxy. Just two weeks ago, when I photographed them, they seemed to have lost all their leaves. The trunks and twigs appear silvery and I was awed!
I have done nothing to change the color of the image.
If I may show you the color of the next image – among all this silvery and black, there are some green mangroves remaining. Perhaps, you may still suspect that I have changed part of the image to green.
I have never seen mangrove close to dying like this before. They are a strange plant that can survive salt water and commonly found in river estuary’s tidal region. They are also a valuable resource of the…
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