Bark on Fire

Passing by a young river birch, I noticed that its bark was peeling off.


The late afternoon sun turned the loose bark into tongues of fire running up and down the branches.

Or is it a papyrus scroll holding ancient secrets to be deciphered?


Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Bark.

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21 Responses to Bark on Fire

  1. Sha'Tara says:

    Lovely images. Not often you catch them at that tender stage when the light still passes through them. All my images of peeled birch bark are just white on one side, brown on the other!

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  2. wvbirder says:

    Very nice photos!


  3. shoreacres says:

    I enjoy backlighting, but it never had occurred to me that you could backlight bark. It’s a beautiful photo, and very unusual.


  4. Beautiful capture Annette. I love how the sun is making the bark glow.

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  5. Beautiful Annette. I love birtch trees we don’t have much of them here.

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  6. bythebriny says:

    Very nice catch! The colour of the sunlit bark is amazing.

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  7. Just loved the images.


  8. Maria F. says:

    What beautiful translucence and color!


  9. Inger says:

    The colour of the bark in the sunlight is just gorgeous isn’t it? πŸ™‚


  10. DrReenAbroad says:

    Having caught up with some of your blog posts, I’m impressed with how you turn things that others might find irrelevant and mundane into a vivid portrait by prose. Looking forward to more


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