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Vegetal Mosaic


Vegetal Mosaic
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Copyright: Shir Goldberg (shirgold) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 286 W: 105 N: 591] (2748)
Genre: Plants
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2006-07-11
Categories: Trees
Camera: Nikon D70, 18-70 AF-S DX 3.5 - 4.5 Nikkor
Exposure: f/6.3, 1/80 seconds
More Photo Info: [view]
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2006-10-01 14:18
Viewed: 5036
Points: 10
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
Bark is the outermost layer of stems and roots of woody plants such as trees. It overlays the wood and consists of three layers, the cork, the phloem, and the vascular cambium – in other words, most of the stem except for the xylem (this division may seem arbitrary, but the easiest way to split a stem parallel to its length is by pulling the bark away from the xylem). The bark of some trees is edible.

Definitions of the term vary. In another usage, bark consists of the dead and protective tissue found on the outside of a woody stem, and does not include the vascular tissue.

Cork, sometimes confused with bark in colloquial speech, is the outermost layer of a woody stem, derived from the cork cambium. It serves as protection against damage, parasites and diseases, as well as dehydration and extreme temperatures. Cork can contain antiseptics like tannins. Some cork is substantially thicker, providing further insulation and giving the bark a characteristic structure, in some cases thick enough to be harvestable as cork product without killing the tree.

Among the commercial products made from bark are cork, cinnamon, quinine (from the bark of Cinchona) and aspirin (from the bark of willow trees). The bark of some trees notably oak (Quercus robur) is a source of tannic acid, which is used in tanning.

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  • Bufo Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 404 W: 69 N: 951] (4247)
  • [2006-10-01 15:09]

Hi Shir,
a splendid artistic piece of work. The colourtones are beautifull. I like this picture a lot.
Cheers, Jacob

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  • jmp Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1659 W: 95 N: 2273] (8415)
  • [2006-10-01 16:09]

Hola Shir,
Bella composición abstracta, que mejora muchos de los cuadros modernos. Una imagen bien localizada y muy bien fotografiada: textura, luz y color perfectos y muy bellos.
Un saludo, José M.

Nature is one big canvas always providing us with various exciting views, nice shot.

Greg

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  • yllen Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Note Writer [C: 230 W: 0 N: 16] (641)
  • [2006-10-02 21:16]

Hola Shir:
Hermoso cuadro. Buena luz, textura y colores. La naturaleza puede superar a las obras de arte del hombre, y el hombre puede capturarlas, como has hecho tů. Felicitaciones.
Saludos desde Argentina.
Nelly

Hello Shir,
I like this compo a lot. Pattern,texture and cadrage is very good. Bravo, best wishes

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