red pine frost

Tree bark is intriguing.  Oak trees have deep grooves in their bark.  Birch trees have a papery bark.  Red Pine bark is organically shaped making each piece of it different.  Under our tall Red Pine tree, there are several pieces of bark that have fallen from the tree.  This piece is dusted with frost and lit by the rising sun.

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8 Responses to “red pine frost”

  1. Wow, that’s really close. Great shot. This doesn’t even look like a tree bark. 🙂

  2. This looks delectable! Like some type of sugared sweet! I could sink my teeth right in 🙂

    • Thank you, Morgan! That is the beauty of frost…everything looks sugar-coated! 🙂
      Thank you for your comments and for stopping by! I really appreciate it!

  3. Interesting texture and shape in this piece of bark!

  4. I love the amazing detail in this shot. At first glance, it looked like frost covered gloves. Very nice!

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