Gleaning for meaning in art and life
October 27, 2010 in Aesthetics, Nature | Tags: bark, Cedric Pollet, trees
The orange-red bark of a madrone evergreen tree, found on the west coast of North America, peels away on mature wood. Beneath is a smooth, green layer. Cedric Pollet/cedric-pollet.com
Photographer Cedric Pollet travels the world, barking up trees for a living.
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