I walked the path with the Sun to my back. It was about 9 am. The small trees nearby had turned their leaves toward the light. Upon my return, I noticed how much detail was evident in the structure of each leaf as the sunlight shined through it. I brought the camera up close to each in macro-mode. There were different shades of green, symmetry, vein structure, etc. Each image can be enlarged for detail.
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If you are interested in knowing more about leaf structure and function, go here. Essentials: A tough clear cuticle covers the top and bottom. Photosynthesis takes place mostly in the palisade cells. Veins carry water to the cells and sap away, but are not shown in this diagram. The stoma lets the leaf breath in CO2 and out O2, and regulate the exchange of water vapor so it doesn’t dry out.