Weekly Photo Challenge: Layers


Each time I revisit the pictures I snapped at the entrance of one of the Philippines‘ main attractions in the capital city, Manila Ocean Park, I am brought into the world of fantasy. I am talking about the ground of Pandora in the middle of the floating Hallelujah Mountains on top of a large unobtanium deposit near the Hometree of the Omaticaya clan.

I always remember that mysterious yet enticing ground where the Tree of Souls stands. This tree is located right at the heart of Pandora’s natural Flux Vortex. It has quite an appealing aerial roots layered into visual perfection. You can see something like these aerial roots hanging from the branches of the giant tropical fig raised at the ocean park’s entrance, right before reaching the main underwater acrylic tunnel.

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