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Tree Limb

Dendrochronology is the method by which you date a tree by analysing its patterns and age rings. It is derived from the Greek word dendron which translates as ‘tree limb’. On Friday I noticed @lovelustlondon tweet that this weekend he adds another age ring to his chronology. As I’d so far only published one shot from our April walk in the park I thought a birthday Sinful Sunday was in order. Happy Birthday!

Sinful Sunday

13 Comments

  1. LoveLustLondon

    Warm memories and such a lovely description of getting older (educational too!) what a superb gift. Thank you x

  2. May

    Great textures and really like the colour spin on the image x

  3. painaspleasure

    How clever to only show part of the body.
    It makes us focus on the tree.
    Really like it.

  4. victoriablisseuk

    That is amazing, I love trees, this photo celebrates the difference between the hard, roughness of the tree and the softness of humanity.

  5. mariasibylla

    This is wonderful! He looks like part of the tree. The texture of the tree and the way it congrats but blends with his skin is amazing.

  6. LittleSwitchBitch

    I love how the edit blends the body and the wood as one x

  7. Molly

    What a fabulous shot. I love how the negative space has created such an intriguing image
    Mollyx

  8. mmalflic

    Very intersting picture with the tree amd the hints of ither things.

  9. Modesty Ablaze (@ablazingmodesty)

    Stunning . . . as always.
    Just stunning !!!
    Xxx – K

  10. sub-Bee

    I love the gnarled texture of the tree contrasts against his soft skin.

  11. Jo

    This is superb symbolism, and I always enjoy photos of people as a part of our natural world.

  12. Indigo

    Fantastic concept. You have such an eye for a cunning shot!
    Indie
    xx

  13. Sweeten Dirty

    This is a beautiful shot with a lovely and symbolic description.

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