(tales from the birdgirl)
January 29, 2015 § 4 Comments
— Summer in the scrub (2) —
Trees moult in the heat.
They shed bark …
… and needles:
They bare their skin.
It’s a stripped, naked kind of beauty.
Tagged: Aldinga Scrub, bush, native coastal vegetation, nature, summer
The trees are so attractive with the exfoliating bark and twisted trunks. You could do a whole series just on this one tree!
I am endlessly fascinated by trees. There will be more posts coming up!
Can’t resist those naked gums!
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