For several days I’ve posted the story of the devastation of the forest that existed in the area where I live, plus several pictures of one of the few trees that survived the environmental masacre. As a final tribute to one of these survivors, below is a gallery of a solitary palm tree at Residencial El Bosque.
If you are a lover of Nature, I know you’ll enjoy the view. Here we go.
This is the end of the journey to Residencial El Bosque and the solitary palm tree that survived the destruction of most of the trees in the vicinity. Tomorrow we will skip to another topic about the life in this beautiful piece of land called Panama—the land of abundance of fishes, the abundance of butterflies and the abundance of a tree called Panama. Good Day.