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There is glorious disarray in the bush when gum trees shed their bark! Mountain ash (Eucalyptus regnans) in the Great Otway National Park, Victoria,Australia.Looks best enlarged.
eucalypt, mountain ash, shedding bark, national park, bette devine
Many years ago I painted. Then I realised that I did better at photography than painting – and that has been my medium of expression ever since.
– Bette Devine
This image really shows the “behavior” (if I can call it that) of gum trees and their bark, and it’s a fascinating phenomenon. I’m guessing all the shredded bark eventually decomposes and enriches the soil.
It is typical gum tree behaviour. The manna gum is also called ribbon gum because of the long shreds of bark that are shed – much more than the mountain ash . And yes, it all becomes mulch and humus in the end.
Lovely capture, Bette! Do they shed their bark every year?
Glad you like it. Yes, the shedding is a yearly event.
Congratulations! Featured! International Women’s Photography!
Many thanks, Gena!