I am often surprised at the unexpected ways I encounter typography as I go about my everyday life. A couple years ago I was in Sharm Al Sheikh, Egypt, walking around the resort where I was staying when I came upon these shrubs. As I neared, the perspective gradually exposed highly manicured segments, which then exposed letterforms. The shrubs of the landscape were pruned into the name of the Beach Resort, "TAMRA." As a typography instructor, I appreciate the care given to the consistency of cap-heights, and (relative) uniformity of the stroke widths and proportions. The overall resulting attitude of the shrubbery's "typeface" fits the resort as well with its friendly, rounded characters and slightly chubby strokes.