22 April 2008

Tuesday's Trees: Blue Gums #2



This old blue gum tree can be seen, reaching for the sky, in the historical Mary's Cemetary in South End.



These wrinkles look good on a gnarled old tree, but on a person...............maybe a candidate for nip tuck?

6 comments:

Katney said...

What an interesting angle for your shots of the tree. It must be an old one.

Old Wom Tigley said...

Great capture.. nip and tuck.. I need flip and fold.. ha!

Bob Johnson said...

Love it, love the angles and the gnarls are way cool.

LiD said...

I recognise a familiar friend there Max-e. Gums can sometimes look eeriely like they have human form. I have seen elbows and faces especially in the aptly named ghost gums . I love the folds in the tree - like a softening six pack washing away.

Neva said...

I love this picture.....

Heather said...

love the wrinkles on that tree!!