Black and White Sunday: Texture

The smooth textured bark is starting to peel on these trees, presenting a number of different textures:

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44 comments

  1. Lovely textures but I do prefer the mahogany and coppery glow of these trees!

  2. Beautiful study of this bark.

  3. Tibetan bark is lovely, isn’t it? It’s ok- I’m imagining the colours, Sue. 🙂 🙂

  4. I think this is v. interesting in b&w. We can imagine the colours later 🙂

  5. You’ve wonderfully captured the third dimension and the sheen here. You’re probably not surprised that I love it, a real contrast to the peeling bark of spotted gums that was part of my weekend joy.

  6. I’d like to stroke these trunks, they look so smooth

  7. Can’t beat a tree, for good textures. (Whatever sort it is. 🙂 )
    Nice work, Sue. And I enjoyed the comments too.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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  9. 🙂 Fascinating pattern on this Tibetan cherry :D. It was funny to read comments this time. Very nicely processed and presented. Thank you very much, Sue.

  10. I like the textures, too, Su.

    janet

  11. Silky ruffled trees, I love them!

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