Capa de Leon 1
I’ve lined up this series of sepia / black and white photos for my next posts. They will serve as breakers in between the usual photo essays/journals about places I’ve visited which I’ve been posting every other day. The local name of this plant is Capa de Leon (lion’s cape) probably because of the shape of the plant when it’s mature. It actually belongs to the family of platycerium, also known as staghorn fern or elkhorn fern also because of the unique shape of its fronds.
I hope you’ll like them.