If there is something that I am learning more and more everyday is that a photography project can be of any timescale. For example, with the canada geese it's being a project that will probably last months, whereas other projects might take many years; even a lifetime is a project itself.
In this case, this is one of the final results of a short project that I have been doing about tree bark. It all comes from a basic question: how many trees can you identify in a blink? It might seem a thing of botanists or technical people, but trees have been a key part to build our societies as we know them, so knowing about trees should be more a thing about basics.
In the nine images above there are nine different trees (from different genera) that can be found in the UK (and in Europe in general), all photographed at the University of Nottingham in less than two weeks. And the question is, do you know the name of any of these trees by looking at the bark? Every answer is accepted, but I can reply only if it you write in latin names (genus), English, Catalan, Spanish and maybe German. (Sorry about the horrible crop at the top when you post a photo in portrait format on Instagram)
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