Palm Tree Trunk Texture

Palm trees from the south grow with horizontal-ringed bark, so different from the bark of the trees that grow in our northern forests.

Rough with smooth in Singapore. Palm Trunk Abstract in SingaporeSimilar palm tree with red seeds at Barra de Navidad in Mexico. A palm tree with red seeds at Barra de Navidad in MexicoThe smooth ringed trunk of a Royal Palm in the Puerto Vallarta Botanical Garden in Mexico. The smooth ringed trunk of a Royal Palm in the Puerto Vallarta Botanical Garden in MexicoI like these bamboo-like growth rings in Hoi An, Vietnam.abstract palm tree in Hoi An, VietnamThis next batch of horizontal-ringed palms is all from Singapore. Palm Trunk Abstract in SingaporePalm Trunk Abstract in SingaporeThis was a little out-of-focus but I love its painterly qualities.Palm Trunk Abstract in South-East AsiaCrazy colouring of the Crytostachys lakka (Red Sealing Wax Palm) with its red and yellow stems and green leaves.Palm Tree Trunk Abstract at the Singapore Botanical GardenHmmm… there maybe another series of paintings here!Sketch of a palm tree in Jocotepec, MexicoPencil Sketch of a Coconut PalmDate palms also have the horizontal rings but they are almost buried under a shaggy texture.Date Palm Tree in Puerto Vallarta, MexicoThis shelter made of date palm trunks in the Sinai Desert shows how the horizontal lined growth is more visible from the distance. Palm House in Dahab in the Sinai DesertPencil & watercolour sketch of date palms blowing in the wind in Morocco.Pencil & watercolour sketch of date palms blowing in the wind in MoroccoMore of the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Trees.

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