When we lived in South Carolina, the last 9 years had a lot next door that for 3 or 4 of the 9, was empty. There as a stand of a dozen long needle southern pines (not resistant to ice storms), a whippoorwill, pileated red headed woodpeckers, a hutch of rabbits, and no shortage of poison ivy and poison oak throughout the lot. I used to have our son's Cub Scout manual (during the ages of dial-up) when pulling up a quick image was a 20 or 30 minute endeavor, in Windows 95 at 9.6K Baud. Having a handy image like this would have been helpful to warn children, why it was important to CAREFULLY chase that frisbee / toy / ball into the foliage, and to wash all the clothes in warm water to remove the irritating oils left behind from these insidious vines.
Create your own visitor map! Gray Background tones, because despite many peoples' view that Everything in the world is simply Black or White, (all fundamentalists, many engineers, few scientists, lots of confused persons, many digital thinkers) there's all sorts of shades of gray, everywhere you look. Good wine doesn't have to be expensive. Conservatives do not have to be selfish and insane wing-nuts. Liberals do not have to have socialist-abortion-producing-crystal-worshiping-gay-marriages. Racists, xenophobes, fundamentalists, and willful ignorance suck. The Earth is Much Older than 6000 years. Don't be afraid of Science, embrace it. The web's a great tool. ..in the humble perspective of this INTJ alpha male.