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Tree Stump

By DolphinLady
Noticed this when wandering around the grounds of the local hotel where I used to work....It had been there for some time & people use it to sit on as the roam around the grounds.
What caught my eye was how the mould was forming & the cuts left by the saw.
Something completely different for me.

Sorry I've not been around much of late, had an accident when playing football with my 3 year old great grandaughter...she kicked one of those pool balls to me but it went under my foot, I trod on it & went feet up in the air doing the splits at the same time......no laughing please.....good job we were on the lawn as I landed with such a thump & ended up puliing a couple of muscles in my groin...WOW did it hurt???? yes it flipping well did, but getting better slowly thank goodness.......

Thank you for the lovely comments on my last upload....

Hilary (*_*)....

Tags: General Close-up and macro Digitally manipulated Tree stump

Voters: EAS, johnlw, fificat100 and 4 more


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EAS 10 1 13 Scotland
20 Aug 2013 9:15PM
The lines, dashes and colours make for an almost abstract image. Well seen!

Hope you are indeed recovering from what sounds like a horrid accident.

Ann

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TyChee 14 275 1 United States
21 Aug 2013 12:14AM
Well seen and taken. I like both versions. Hope you are feeling better.
Ty
CarolG 13 199 20 Greece
21 Aug 2013 6:10AM
That'll teach you for thinking you're three years old again, Hilary Wink. Do hope the strain eases off soon, can't be very comfortable at all for you Sad Carol
ChiliMan 13 135 17 Singapore
21 Aug 2013 7:26PM
You and I notice the same sorta things, Hilary. I'm drawn to the ends of stumps like this...lol Grin Took pics of a few some weeks back, actually!

Yours is very interesting with the green in the middle and those brown spots which look like they're sorta radiating outwards! The processing in V2 shows 'em off really well.

I so hope the groin is fully settled. [Never would I have thought I'd be saying that to someone.]

Andrew

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