Friday, October 22, 2021

Bark


I love the textured bark on this tree. I have no idea what kind of tree it is though. Maybe someone out there does?

15 comments:

William Kendall said...

No idea, but fascinating patterns.

Sharon said...

I don't know either but I can certainly see why you like it.

Lea said...

Very interesting bark!
Have a wonderful weekend!

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Taken For Granted said...

Not sure what kind of tree it is, but it has had a hard life with twin trunks. It does have fine patterns.

Marleen said...

It looks very old.

Lea said...

It could be Shagbark Hickory. Look it up on the Internet and see what you think.

Laura. M said...

SegĂșn Internet es una Robinia pseudoacacia.
Te dejo este enlace que es muy Ăștil Pat. Le metes la imagen de cualquier planta y la identifica:

pl@ntnet identify

Buen fin de semana.
Un abrazo

RedPat said...

I think Laura is right! Thanks!

bill said...

Interesting patterns indeed! Nice capture, Pat.

Andy said...

Trees are just like people... they get wrinkles when they get older. ;-)

Cloudia said...

I love how you notice, Pat

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Such a characterful old tree.

eileeninmd said...

Hello,
I love tree and the texture of the bark.
Have a happy weekend!

21 Wits said...

Outstanding growth, whatever the name is, and it really is lovely.