Monday, 17 August 2015

Aged paper ...


The paperbark tree. Glorious in life, glorious in death.


8 comments:

Joan Elizabeth said...

Sad to see a tree go but I agree the stump looks lovely.

Susan Bauer said...

Counting the rings . . .1-2-3-4 . . .

Bergson said...

beautiful material

William Kendall said...

Fascinating textures!

Joe said...

I believe each ring signifies one years growth.

diane b said...

I didn't realise their bark was so thick.

Birdman said...

This? Yes. But not everything looks this good at death's door.

Julie said...

No, no, BM. Many things look this good at death's door. Humans who have come to terms with their own mortality, look this good at the end.