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That's a wonderful photo. Tree trunks are full of history.
Terrific love the DOF you've chosen, this is a brilliant shot :0)
Very observant of you, Kerri. Hmmm, I wonder what kind of tree it is.I almost posted red tree bark myself (red osier dogwood) but I didn't like my photo. Maybe I'll take a better one for next week. ;-)
Great quote -- and a masterful macro!
Stunning macro shot with red. Wonderful!
Great close up of some pretty bark!
Great catch! I have never seen red bark. . .
Forgot to say, I left a comment on your last 4 posts. Didn't realize it had been that long since my last visit!
Wonderful picture Kerri. But I 'll recall the Saint Exupéry's quotation, he knew what he was talking about by "a slow, enduring force straining to win the sky".
That bark is lovely. I have never seen that before. I will keep my eye out now!
What a terrific find! Love it.
Great texture and colors! Happy Ruby Tuesday from across town!
Lovely photo, the bark curls look delicate and great color contrast between bark and trunk. I like the quote too. Happy Ruby Tuesday! :)
I was expecting a bird - If you can make a trunk look beautiful.
Wow! Awesome close up shot!
Maybe the tree is already one with the sky and we just can't see it. ?
Wonderful macro. I like the detail and color of the underside of the peeling bark.
What beautiful bark. Do you know what type of tree this is?
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