More things growing on wood
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|Another indicator of a snag that's been around awhile is finding lichen growing on it. I find old weathered dry wood quite fascinating due to the acentuated grain features that seem to come out as the wood cures. I have a few almost psychadelic looking examples of this, which I may post over the next couple of days.|
I'm about to head up for 2 weeks to go backpacking into northern BC on Thursday so I won't be on the board for awhile after that.
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Great texture and detail Tim!
Nice lighting and camera angle.
Great flowing lines and curves. Very poetic...artistic...interesting.
Have fun on your trip! I'm sure you will. And I look forward to your photos when you return.
So that's what this is. I have long wondered...so long that I just accepted and stopped wondering. Lichen never even came to mind. It is a sub group of which I am very ill informed. You have enlightened me! I think I shall spend my day studying this "creature". Thanks and nice patterns as well..
I am back and I discover your new picture, it is impressionnat to see this tree like that, Belle composition et good pov.