Beauty Is More than Skin Deep

When it comes to trees, beauty is much more than skin deep. Crack open a log with a branch, and a whole new world explodes before your eyes.

The hard wood flows like water, forming swirls and eddies. On the surface, the log seems calm, but inside there is a turbulent beauty.

Strip the bark of some trees and brilliant colors pour out. Trees have a layered beauty. It’s almost like they are modest creatures, hiding their most dazzling beauty underneath a dull layer of bark.

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1 Response to Beauty Is More than Skin Deep

  1. Fred Vertel says:

    As usual your photography expresses your creativity in seeing what other’s miss. Thanks. Fred

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