Very few catch your eye, but the ones that do shimmer like polished sheet metal.
A silver tree, reflective in the sun. It has a thin bark, as if wrapped in tin foil.
But, when that fragile layer is stripped away, it reveals a dark, almost evil shade of green. It is accented by a worse hue... a sickening brownish orange that resembles dried blood.
The locals have given it a nickname... the peeling tourist. A reference to sunburn, I know.
However, it is even more accurate than that. Like most people that pass through, it has a thin outer layer of sheen that, when stripped away, hides a disgusting inside.