Todd Howerton

“The surfaces of the Cypress trees closest to the direct salt spray at Point Lobos are often covered with a bright orange growth,” Howerton writes. Specifically, it’s algae called Trentepohlia, which is rich in beta carotene, giving it a bright orange color. Photographed with a Panasonic DC-ZS70.

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