Snow Gum – Nature’s Abstract
Discovering abstracts in nature and finding the unusual are one of my passions in photography.
Imagination is a wonderful thing! Abercrombie National Park, New South Wales, Australia.
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Snow Gum (Eucalyptus pauciflora)
A medium-sized, often crooked tree has a short trunk to 1m diameter. It is low-branching with a spreading open crown.
It sheds its bark in irregular patches in autumn, leaving a smooth white to yellow, olive-green or brown surface, occasionally with scribbly markings from insect lavae.
Flowers appear in spring and early summer. They are white or cream.