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Proof - You can't keep a good plant down
Posted By: daacon, 09-05-2008, 08:06 AM

I posted this one in POTW as well nothing really special just like it

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you chop down one, a hundred pops up...
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Thanks nupentaxian in my province there is certainly no shortage of Trees ....
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The pattern on the cross section is of a great interest to me. Maybe a little camera tilt would reveal a bit more on the pattern But the surrounding plants do help this image to locate focus on the trunk itself.

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Now whoever owns the tree can harvest wood for kindling every year.
The centre does look just a little bit bright. Maybe another angle would help expose the grain better as James said.
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Give it 50 yrs and its back to its former glory


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Nice contrast between old and fresh!
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QuoteOriginally posted by roentarre Quote
The pattern on the cross section is of a great interest to me. Maybe a little camera tilt would reveal a bit more on the pattern But the surrounding plants do help this image to locate focus on the trunk itself.
Thanks James - I 'll try a more direct angle next time.

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Now whoever owns the tree can harvest wood for kindling every year.
The centre does look just a little bit bright. Maybe another angle would help expose the grain better as James said.
Thanks Gary this would be City or Provincial Land not sure

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Give it 50 yrs and its back to its former glory
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Thanks Cupic let's hope (development is awfully close already)

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Nice contrast between old and fresh!
Thanks Georg that was the look I was going for.

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Interesting shot, Dave. Demonstrates the tenacity of life.

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