Stringy Bark, Australia

Stringy Bark, Australia

Published by Yvette Aubusson-Foley


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    1. No, it’s a type of Eucalyptus tree or as we call it in Australia, a gum tree. I photographed this one on a dusty country road in rural New South Wales… it’s a pretty temperate climate there, dry heat, long very hot summers, short, quite cold winters. If you search ‘stringybark’ there’s lots of info online. It is a native of Australia but probably found elsewhere in the world, though I’ve never seen it.


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