Okinawa, Japan is basically a coral island. One type of coral that fascinates me the most is brain coral, so called because its surface resembles the sulci and gyri of a brain. They can also take on different shapes and colors. Sometimes it has these little star-like formations, like in the photo above. You can also view this image, and a few more new additions, in my metamorphosis/abstracts album.
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