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Amazing patterns, Australian Scribbly Gum
Amazing patterns, Australian Scribbly Gum
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Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Pattern II (Basic Editing)
Camera: Canon PowerShot S3 IS
Location: Cooloola Cove. Queensland. Australia
Date: Dec 25, 2006
Aperture: f3.5
ISO: auto
Shutter: 1/101
Galleries: Nature, Rural
Date Uploaded: Dec 25, 2006

The larva of the moth Ogmograptis Scribula burrow between the old and the new season's bark of the gum-barked eucalypt trees. The tunnel is revealed when the old bark falls away. You can't not stop and be amazed by these patterns. Don't expect to get anywhere but I thought I would submit to educate.

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Votes: 211
Comments: 7
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
01/02/2007 12:28:32 PM
Thanks for participating
intersting tree
01/02/2007 10:22:24 AM
Neat patterns, nicely photographed, but I think I would have preferred a closer shot, without the greens in the background (to focus more on the pattern, which is pretty neat).
12/31/2006 10:12:11 PM
Happy New Year! 10
12/29/2006 04:56:38 PM
Good idea, but you must work on composition. 4
12/27/2006 07:10:11 PM
Wow, I live in Australia and have never seen this before, amazing
12/27/2006 02:53:52 PM
...and aptly named, too. you guys get all the cool trees.
:-)
12/27/2006 01:01:52 PM
a closer shot of the bark's patterns might make this stronger


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