Thursday, January 10, 2008


sycamore tree? what sycamore tree?


At 5:03 PM, Anonymous Stuart said...

Fantastic picture, LisaBee. Sycamores are blessed with incredibly coloured bark. We have a few lining one of our main streets and they are amazing.

At 5:31 AM, Blogger Dee/reddirtramblings said...

My goodness, that it beautiful. I took a picture of the lichens on my oak, but I think yours is better. I like your blog.

At 7:29 AM, Blogger Susan said...

That is a really cool pic! Nature is just so fascinating and beautiful.

At 10:41 AM, Blogger George Africa said...

Hello LisaBee;

Just caught up with you through Garden Voices and am enjoying all your blogs. Often the simple views of our gardens receive great praise. Many would not have thought of this picture but it is special.

Here in north central Vermont there are very few sycamores and they are different than what you picture. In southern Vermont there are many probably virgin trees four feet through. Having seen your picture and thought about it, I have no idea what the wood was/is used for.

Best wishes from Vermont where it is pouring rain, compressing our snow pack and melting this morning's 2" of sleet.

George Africa
The Vermont Gardener

At 5:40 AM, Blogger Naturegirl said...

Natures artwork for sure! Great photo
and thank you for introducing me to this artful bark! :)NG

At 11:57 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Lisa,

When we were in New Zealand we saw a few of the remaining Kauri trees - tiny remnants of vast forests.
Kauri bark is composed of flaking "cells", even more so than the sycamore, the native climbing "ratas" that often smother other trees, can't a grip on the Kauri...their runners get shed off the tree along with the Kauri bark.

Steve (across the street)

At 7:00 AM, Blogger Christa said...

Gorgeous photo. What a beautiful and unusual tree!

At 5:31 PM, Anonymous claire said...

It looks very unique.
Claire Maxfield

At 11:58 AM, Blogger Catherine said...

Stunning eye, and fascinating capture!! That is amazing how the bark is so many colors..just like camouflage! BEAUTIFUL!! I also enjoyed your wonderful tree frog capture in earlier post..& your beautiful berry shots also!!

At 9:34 PM, Blogger Katie said...

Sycamores are so beatufiul. And like a good wine, they get better with age! Great pic. I just found your blog by way of Blotanical, and am a fan already. :0)

Katie at GardenPunks


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