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    Re: Tree Bark (& tree skin)

    More cool stuff beneath the bark.

    And up close – real close – macro close.

    This was shot above 1:2 magnification.

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    Re: Tree Bark (& tree skin)

    Heroique, Awesome texture!

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    Re: Tree Bark (& tree skin)

    Interesting POV Brian. Be interested in seeing more Grampians images I find it a hard place to get a good image.

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    Re: Tree Bark (& tree skin)

    Quote Originally Posted by rpalm View Post
    Heroique, Awesome texture!
    Thanks, that’s a whitebark pine in Montana.

    The mountain weather had skinned it of bark.

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    Lots of these bark shots do have a curious POV.

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    Re: Tree Bark (& tree skin)



    I guess it sorta counts as tree bark since it's a portion of a fallen tree.

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    Re: Tree Bark (& tree skin)

    Two curvi-licious trunks w/ deep bark fissures.

    They’re big leaf maples. The nearby trees are, too.

    The very deep shadows on bark & moss were critical = the sunlit background is lost.

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