Trees
In Mazatlán
Sinaloa, Mexico
As A City Place

A tree typically has many secondary branches supported clear of the ground by the trunk. This trunk typically contains woody tissue for strength, and vascular tissue to carry materials from one part of the tree to another. For most trees it is surrounded by a layer of bark which serves as a protective barrier. Below the ground, the roots branch and spread out widely; they serve to anchor the tree and extract moisture and nutrients from the soil. Above ground, the branches divide into smaller branches and shoots. The shoots typically bear leaves, which capture light energy and convert it into sugars by photosynthesis, providing the food for the tree's growth and development. [from wikipedia]
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Coconut Field
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(Date Photographed: 10:50:31 Wednesday 24 January 2018)
(Date Published: Friday 9 March 2018)
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An orchard of coconut palms lay between the farm and the beach.


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Coconut Palms
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(Date Photographed: 10:49:32 Wednesday 24 January 2018)
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A field of coconut palms lay beyond the field plowed for agriculture.


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Close Leaf
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(Date Photographed: 10:50:25 Wednesday 24 January 2018)
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A close shot of a palm leaf that hung so low it rubbed the top of our tractor train.


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Palm Border
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(Date Photographed: 10:49:15 Wednesday 24 January 2018)
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Palm trees bordered a wide field cleared for agricultural plantings.


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Incomplete Restaurant
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(Date Photographed: 11:20:52 Wednesday 24 January 2018)
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Palm trees backed an incomplete restaurant that faced the beach.


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Carport
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(Date Photographed: 12:29:29 Wednesday 24 January 2018)
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A carport was built between trees. It was covered with palm leaves.


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Fake Trees
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23° 11' 17.72" N, 106° 24' 25.90" W
(Date Photographed: 12:46:41 Wednesday 24 January 2018)
(Date Published: Friday 9 March 2018)
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Palm leaves were attached to frames. They created outdoor umbrellas that resembled trees.


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Cut Off Palms
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(Date Photographed: 13:50:41 Wednesday 24 January 2018)
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A pair of cut off palms formed the uprights for a hammock. The house was made of brick, but was incomplete.


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