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© Barbara Huffert
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UploadedJune 20, 2012
TakenJune 17, 2012
MakeEastman Kodak Company
ModelKODAK EASYSHARE Touch Camera, M5370
Exposure1/50 sec at f/5
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length13.7 mm
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I'm always fascinated by the differences in bark. It amazes me the number of people who believe trees are all alike.

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  • Heather Mellon

    Heather Mellon gave props (20 Jun 2012):

    I couldn`t agree more.. the contrast in textures and tones here is amazing. Well seen and captured!

  • Ann Reece

    Ann Reece gave props (20 Jun 2012):

    Barbara, I agree with you 100%, there are so many trees and bark patterns in the world. I saw different ones on our trip to Alaska and wish that I could have photographed them but wasn't able to for one reason or another. To many people do not really see the world like photographers do - LOL : ). When we were in Ketchikan, I saw that red building with the fantastic reflection. I said to my husband that this is a gorgeous reflection and another man next to me asked me if I was a photographer and I said that I was and asked why he asked me that. He said he did not see the reflection and probably would not have seen it if I hadn't of said something. Then he pulled out his point and shoot camera and got a photo of the reflection. Maybe he will be looking at the world in a different way now : )

  • Susan B. Griffith

    Susan B. Griffith   said (20 Jun 2012):

    I agree about the bark. It's a tree's fingerprint. Like the textural contrasts in this image.

  • Sandra Williamson

    Sandra Williamson gave props (20 Jun 2012):

    Isn't it funny how the creative types see things so differently? Love this shot, B.

  • Raymond Fausel

    Raymond Fausel gave props (21 Jun 2012):

    very nice.

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