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I Phriday Photo Challenge; The Scaly Bark Birch Tree

 

Scaly Bark Birch Tree

Scaly Bark Birch Tree

 

 

Painted in Waterlogue

Painted in Waterlogue

 

Painted in Brushstroke

Painted in Brushstroke

Out and about this week I took a photo of the Scaly Bark Birch Tree or the Betula Nigra River Birch. It is my favorite tree! It’s not too scaly in winter, but I will update it as the weather warms up! It peels like paper and looks so cool! Look HERE to see other trees that have lovely bark to enhance your garden! I used the IPhone Apps, Waterlogue and Brushstroke, to add the other two images! They would make lovely notecards, don’t you think? Enjoy the IPhriday Photo Challenge! Post a photo taken with your Phone on Fridays!

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