In my my earlier posts Mt. Kosciuszko and Kosciuszko National Park I introduced gum trees – or Eucalyptus – , the most common tree species in Australia.
Here is detail I loved of one of the trees there:
This is so good, – I like the forms – the abstract!
Me too 😉 – thanks, Hans!
The detail on these trees can be exquisite – you’ve done a good job capturing it.
I am glad you liked this photo too!
It is very special.
Beautiful! I would never have figured out what it was, if you didn’t tell me 🙂
Thank you, Jacob!
It looks like a landscape photo taken from above! Love it 🙂
Yes, the Eucalyptus / Gum-trees were very special for me – we do not have such trees here in Denmark…
Smooth and beautiful. Love eucalypts ! A wonderful abstract, Truels.
I do love the detail and texture that you have captured. It looks like it has gone through a lot, it must be a big tree.
It was a an old and a big tree. And it could probably tell a lot of good stories!
Wow, this is one gorgeous photo, Truels.
Thanks, Lynn 🙂 !
I remember so well these eucalypts, sometimes with very tortuous trunks, beautiful marks of times known to them only. This is a gorgeous photo, truels, almost like a painting.
I felt the same way about the eucalyptus trees – and this tree was like a work of art!
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