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Paperbark Tree is a photograph by Christine Till which was uploaded on July 12th, 2011.
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Even common trees are amazing enough, but some trees are just spectacular, fascinating and visually stunning whether by their sheer size, age or shape or through mysterious properties they seem to possess.
Paperbark trees can grow to be a very large tree in its native habitat in China. The common name "paperbark" refers to the fact that the tree's bark peels away from the trunk, an ornamental attribute valued by gardeners. Big and old their bark resembles tan colored paper.
Not only is the Paperbark Tree exquisitely beautiful, but it is also a rare Chinese species.
July 12th, 2011
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Wendy J St Christopher
Beautiful in its simplicity.