Is it a floating city, a maze of computer circuitry …
Or simply a bloated apartment complex at an unusual angle? Viewed straight up from a street-level courtyard by photographer Romain Jacquet-Lagreze, this old residential building on Hong Kong island becomes a canyon of glass and concrete, jagged with balconies and window-mounted AC units. Lose yourself in the details—just try not to lose your footing.
No, that fuzzy bump on the leaf isn’t chest hair.
It isn’t part of the leaf at all—it’s just trying to look that way. Native to India and Southeast Asia, the common baron caterpillar is one of nature’s best-camouflauged vegetarians. A central yellow stripe and branch-like spinal growths keep the baron invisible to birds and free to feed on mango leaves like this one. Look while you can: With camouflage this good, it’s only a matter of time before the caterpillar grows into a baron butterfly.