Interesting abstract and repeating patterns, smooth and rough textures, light and dark colours: aspects of the contrasting and naturally occurring designs on the bark of a piece of birch tree driftwood, found on the strandline at Whiteford Sands, Gower.
Revision of a post first published 5 May 2010
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2 Replies to “Birch bark patterns on beach driftwood”
Many of these images look like dragon skin to me. Are you *sure* your dragon photos didn’t get mixed up with the ones you took of driftwood?
Hmmm, I’d better check on that.