Fluid

As some of you may know I’m a bit fascinated by dead trees and the textures they bring to a forest.  Saturday was no exception, and when I found this old guy just off the path to Krokatjørna I just couldn’t resist.  When wood gets weathered, bleached and worn it reveals a myriad of twists and colours and fluid curves which I find irresistible…

Curves
Curves
Corner
Round the corner.
Two ways
Two ways.
Twisting
Twisting.
Corkscrew
Corkscrew.
Fluid
Fluid.

 

 

 

 

 

11 thoughts on “Fluid

  1. Excellent pictures, Iain. Dead trees are fascinating. In the first two images I can see the dragon prow of a Viking longship, with its eye being very prominant in the second. There is so much texture and form in tree shapes that perhaps you can see anything if you stare for long enough.
    Cheers, Alen

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