Century Plants, also known as American Aloe, cover a hill near my house. They are impressive to see in person because the flower stalks are twenty to thirty feet tall. Also interesting is that each of the flower clusters develops into a group of baby century plants with leaves and roots, ready to live on their own once they drop to the ground.
I'm a guy who likes to get out into the ocean several times each week and interact with the creatures I encounter there. I often swim with dolphins, sharks, rays, and whales. Check out my photos on my website: www.TropicalLight.com