Image Rights - Raul Garcia 2018-2019 - Nikon D850 45mp max resolution - Yunque Store
Note: We see a lot of bromeliads that survived Hurricane Maria.
You get here via the Rio Sabana trail, after about 3 hours up, then one
crosses the river once, and then arrives at a very muddy section - a swamp - were we
see this interesting section of the upper river where it is flat and sandy for a while.
Some Sierra Palms and trees trunks we see on images were demolished by Hurricane
Maria 140 mph winds in 2017. So we see many trunks and trees bent, broken or on
the ground. Basically the forest was demolished by Maria and took over 1 year to recover.
The forest is quite open and receives a lot more light than before in the ground, since
Maria destroyed the canopy. The rain level in this forest is incredible - over 180 inches
per year. I have been in places where every day, all the time, humidity was 99%.
Here is much the same.
Walls can display one's personality! These canvas with high quality print will always look as tight and flat as the day they were made. Every frame is built with a solid face to support the canvas and prevent deforming.