Same Tree; Different Bark
This is great presentation. Very interesting and very original. Thank you.
- coasties (28054)
- [2005-05-12 4:11]
Excellent shot Janice. Very creative. Gives the whole story in one photo. Very interesting story it is too. Nice presentation. Well done.
- dew77 (13270)
- [2005-05-12 4:35]
Very interrestig work Janice!
Your note,presentation and composition are perfect.I liked it very much.TFS...:-)
- red45 (31094)
- [2005-05-12 4:36]
Hi Janice, you're turning into real scientist, aren't you :-) ? I like this kind of post - it reminds me posts with lichens from Clive - very interesting but also good looking. Note is also very good - in Poland one could find way to north also by looking at trees - moss always grow up from northern side of trees. Thanks and I hope we'll see more!
- Comandante (1408)
- [2005-05-12 5:19]
It's unusal and wonderful photo.I liked the composition and presentation very much.Thanks for sharing.
- liquidsunshine (5437)
- [2005-05-12 13:43]
Nice presentation Janice,
Very unusual and very interesting. Excellent notes.
If you want to find North in England........follow the rain!!
Thanks for posting
- Graal (5100)
- [2005-05-13 14:55]
Good idea and interesting double picture. Unusual tree. Well done.
- mogens-j (20)
- [2005-05-13 17:34]
Very interesting presentation of the two sides of the tree Janice. Very strange to see that big difference. Thanks for posting this one.
Isn't that strange, Janice? In our country we have the opposite, and as a matter of fact, when purchasing or moving a tree, it is best to always note which side is facing north and to plant it in the exact position when you get it to the new location. The north side may also have a bit of moss on it to easily ID the correct side.
Thank you for this interesting post, well done.