The image of this intriguing old stump is my contribution to Monochromia this week. Pop on over if you get a chance and if you didn’t know it already, you’ll learn that I’m a tree hugger (like you didn’t know that already 🙂 ). As Joe always says, if you love B&W images, you need to check out Monochromia.
Count the rings and tell me how old it is, Laurie.
🙂 I just commented that I tried … it was younger than me!
LOL, looked at it for a bit to see if I could count rings and feeling dizzy…LOL. Your photo’s are just so clear and precise LB. It almost looks like a fine woven fabric. Well I guess one woven by Mother Nature. The science they can pull from the inside of a downed tree is amazing. They can tell what kind weather events happened year to year. Like opening a time machine. Love it. xK
I know … I tried, too!
Trees really do offer so much information, don’t they? History, science, weather, trauma … incredible!
Count the years 🙂
Believe it or not, I did try! Younger than me 🙂
Yeah, it was just a sapling, poor little thing..
Marvelous textures here!
Yes! An irresistable image to try to capture
Thought this was a spider web at first and thought you were linking to spider dog (check youtube). Great pic.
Oh thanks for pointing me toward spider dog! “To make people more smile” – perfect!
Put down “first look, spider web” for me too. Very nice, LB.
loved that pattern 🙂
It definitely caught my eye! Thanks Joshi!
Each ring treasures memories of the by gone times.
If you if you listen close enough you’ll hear the voices of the people who are no longer with us.
Beautifully said, Marcelo.
You’re getting very creative these days Laurie! Nicely done, I really like this one.
TIna, your comment means much to me! Thank you so much!!
Thank you! So glad to that I needed to tie my boot 🙂
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