What an interesting challenge this week’s Photo Hunt is.
Wouldn’t it be boring if all the Hunts were easy. Still, I think I have nailed this one.
Here is the view under the Pinjarra Bridge. Built around 1840, completely wooden in those days, it has had some renovation work done on it to show that we have reached the iron age.
Of course, not all wood ends up in such imposing structures. Sometimes it ends up as woodchips in a mulch.
We should never forget just where wood comes from and the many forms it takes in the natural state. This tree is not very modest as it keeps shedding its skin but always the tree regrows its cover. Every time I see it I think of two of my favourite European composers – - -
But then so do noisy dogs, although they are nothing to do with wood.