Natural abstract of skunk cabbage leaf patterns detail, British Columbia, Canada.
Credit: Chris Cheadle
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- Abstract Backgrounds,
- Beauty In Nature,
- Biomass - Ecological Concept,
- Blood Flow,
- British Columbia,
- Built Structure,
- Color Image,
- Extreme Close-Up,
- Leaf Vein,
- No People,
- Skunk Cabbage,
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