Here we see the western end of the Thibi and Chi Valleys. Their seashore
is the Mud Flats. It is said that these mud flats provided good breeding
grounds for mosquitoes and that because of this, over many generations,
the people's DNA mutated to create a quinine-like substance that
protects them from malaria, but also makes their skin yellow.
The coloring is coming along nicely and I used a higher resolution on
this picture. You can zoom way in and almost count the trees.
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