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Macro shot of the bark of a Sychamore Tree
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Superb work ……………………. B.
Thanks so much :-)
oh wow Rhonda! this is fabulous I haven’t seen sycamore trees. Conjures up images of Gone with the Wind or Litlle Women , Anne of Green Gables??
Thanks, Ginny, You can always recognise them when they are older because they look camoflaged, with all different shades of yellows, greens and browns where the bark peels off in layers…I should take a picture of the whole tree so you can picture the trees mentioned in those wonderful stories…
Nature’s very own abstracts – right there in the trees :) Cool shot – I’d love to see the whole tree too :)
Thanks, Anthony, I’ll try to remember to get a shot of a whole tree :-)
Ooh I love the colour of that bark… sort of lime and lemon surprise. Great find
Thanks so much, Shelly, it took half my life before I realized that this kind of tree grew in my area – I don’t know how I could have missed them!
wow amazing picture, well done,dawnx
Thanks, again Dawn xxxxx
Great macro and textures, instant favorite!
Thanks so much, Walter, for the comment and fav! :-)
thanks Rhonda I had a look at Google, [oh dear , addicted… is there a Google annonymous] not very good examples, but gives me an idea the area where they grow.
Hi Ginny, oh…you don’t have to tell me about addiction to Google! lol.The whole tree wouldn’t be this colorful, it is different all over…when they are young they have kind of a slighty fuzzy tannish green bark, and when it starts peeling all the various colors show up, a fresh peel will be more brightly colorered underneath…
Thanks very much, Gail, greatly appreciated! :-)
I ment to do this last night.. but I wanted to say what I wrote in your journal piece and I was pooped!! Really brill find and shot RL..love you.
Thanks, Lina, love ya back! :-)
beautiful natural abstract !! well spotted.
Thanks very much, Susan! :-)