Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Ocala trees with bark but no bite


15 comments:

Olivier said...

les marques de la vie sur ces arbres

brattcat said...

Haha. I'm going to chew on that awhile.

Cezar and Léia said...

Cool subject, I like the different textures!
Great shots!
*** I also like the texture in the wall ( first shot ).
Léia

brattcat said...

Haha. I'm going to chew on that awhile.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

The bark in the second photo looks like it would be easy for kids to carve initials into, and fortunately none of them have done so.

cieldequimper said...

Oooh lichen. You have LICHEN in FLORIDA?????????

Charlotte said...

Beautiful pictures!
- Is it birch?

I hope you are enjoying the day. Here it's evening - even though the sun's still shining-:)

Tiger's having his 1/2 hour of fun, running around the house ... I hope he will calm down just a little bit before bedtime-:)

Best wishes!

Jarart said...

Interesting looking too. Some of ours will bite.

bfarr said...

Even the trees in FL are pastel colors : )

magiceye said...

sure sign of aging :)

Small City Scenes said...

Hello!!!
For some reason I cannot access your pics and I am not even using my limp along computer. Since it is tree bark I will say-woof woof--and no more.

I am using a friends (yes that one) and while it is fairly new it is very slow so I may only comment on this blog. So my life is moving along fine. This nice guy is doing so much work at my place--you know, stuff I didn't do when my late husband was sick and I was stuck in the house caring for him---did I play the pity note about right? You know I am merely trying to be funny. haha!!
Anyway a very nice, caring and sweet guy AND in great shape and good health--how could I go wrong--LOL
He is in great shape--we went on a 4 hour walk in the forest today--it was wonderful. I will stop now.
BTW we saw lots of clouds and they did have 9s on them. MB

Randy said...

I like the green bark in the second shot. Great title too!

Amin said...

What a big and interesting trees!

EG Wow said...

Cool shots of the bark, Jacob. The top one looks like it has a disease but I guess it;s lichen, right?

Sharon Creech said...

I love to look at tree trunks any ole day.

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson