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26th Mar 2008, 23:00  

Dhamaka says:

what lovely textures

27th Mar 2008, 03:02

taniwha says:

Top and bottom one have almost human qualities

28th Mar 2008, 08:24

FilbertFox says:

"Top and bottom one have almost human qualities" that is one awful skin condition in that bottom one then!

But they are all rather fine

28th Mar 2008, 09:22

The landscaping where I work, while not all that beautiful when seen from the road, has some really cool elements if you actually go and stand in it.

Also, it's pretty much a convention place for huge bugs. And/or huge numbers of small bugs.

The paperbark whatsit is one of my favorite trees ever. I want to peel huge sheets off of it as carefully as I can and cover those sheets in poetry.


28th Mar 2008, 22:58

swamprose says:

please do paperbark poetry.

I feel the same way about birch bark.

isn't paperbark the ti tree oil tree?

28th Mar 2008, 23:36

Paperbark does more-or-less equal ti tree oil tree. I'm not sure whether this is one of them specifically, but, while myrtle-like, this tree/shrub/thingy's bark peels off a bit more extravagantly, and in multiple layers at a time. Paperbark is a weed tree in Florida, so it's not out of the question that it got mixed in with some ornamental myrtles for landscaping....

The bark isn't coming off in huge sheets. I'll have to write small.


31st Mar 2008, 00:42