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4:57. Maen. Tree bark up close?
06/Apr/07 12:17 AM
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I am the first to guess?

I would have to say it looks like lichen or some sort of fungus growing on a piece of wood or something like that.
06/Apr/07 12:21 AM
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almost first and my best medium time. I also think wood of some kind. 75 and sunny here, still need rain.
06/Apr/07 12:25 AM
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intresting
06/Apr/07 12:28 AM
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5:34 I think it is a very close range shot of the bark from a paperbark tree. Am I right? Am I? Huh?
06/Apr/07 12:32 AM
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I believe that it is paperbark from a paperbark tree and is one of Ian's photos.
If I'm right, what prize do I get, Ian?
06/Apr/07 12:32 AM
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3:39 - Cold but nice and sunny today!
06/Apr/07 12:33 AM
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Can't guess - my choice sounds too elementary! I didn't even think of tree bark!
06/Apr/07 12:38 AM
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We think it looks like the side of a cliff. If everyone is guessing, who will tell us the correct answer?
06/Apr/07 12:40 AM
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Very interesting.
06/Apr/07 12:50 AM
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Mushroom?
06/Apr/07 1:03 AM
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Maen, y'all! I don't see any elephants this time, but there appears to be a sign under that chopped off layer. Cork, paper bark, I don't know. It doesn't seem to be a North American species.
06/Apr/07 1:34 AM
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Pleeease will someone let us know what this is? I think its some sort of fungus, but then I can see the bark as well.. :-?
Anyone else think the puzzles were quite easy today? Or am I just having a good day??
06/Apr/07 2:24 AM
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Good afternoon to all! Is that Michael Jackson's nose after his third (or was it his fourth) round of surgery?
06/Apr/07 2:31 AM
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hmmmmm -- long shot here - close up view of a crock's back?
06/Apr/07 2:59 AM
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Interesting picture, and and even more interesting comments...
First impression -- upclose shot of rock, mountain, then -- some kind of tree bark, and last wild guess -- canned tuna that had been opened for a while.
06/Apr/07 3:04 AM
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I would have guessed a plain old rock, then I was all set to concur with the paper bark guess until I read Canuk Greg's obviously correct answer of Michael Jackson's nose. (Would that be an interior or exterior shot?)
06/Apr/07 3:05 AM
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mAen all
rough bark or ruff nose Greg
06/Apr/07 3:08 AM
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4:05 I don't believe this is rock - some parts look too much like splintered wood. May be this is what a tree surface/remains of bark look like after beavers (or termites??) have visited?
06/Apr/07 3:43 AM
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4.20
06/Apr/07 3:53 AM
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I'll go for something different - fast running water over river bed?
06/Apr/07 4:04 AM
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5:12 - good time for me.
Could it be rock? Looks a little too jagged, though. Hmmm...
06/Apr/07 4:04 AM
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I can see some empty bottles having sleeped in ashes since prehistoric times. Close-up of tuna from a can is also a possibilite. Wood ships on dry leaves also.
But I prefer the bottles.
06/Apr/07 4:32 AM
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Yon.Meg and Anne you were correct (Greg, you were close). But Anne you were absolutely correct and win the meat tray. It was a close up of the bark of a paperbark tree (Melaleuca) but I tilted the camera through 45º with a twinkle in my eye to provide a bit more interest. Well done everybody. I hope it will make a challenging 'hard' jigsaw - eventually.
06/Apr/07 4:42 AM
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Anne, perhaps a tray of freshly baked 'hotties' might have been more appropriate today.
06/Apr/07 5:05 AM
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The melaleuca (''black and white'') is another item we imported from Australia, much to our later dismay. A member of the Myrtle family, it is a relative of the eucalyptus, which is causing problems in California. Like the eucalyptus, the melaleuca makes an excellent windbreak. In Florida, More...
06/Apr/07 7:33 AM
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3:09 - superfast for me. This pic is going to make a tricky jisaw puzzle.
06/Apr/07 9:17 AM
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Rock wall of a mountain
06/Apr/07 9:26 AM
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Rock face wall of a vertical mountain
06/Apr/07 9:26 AM
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3.51
I would have said a rock face
so no bananas for me
06/Apr/07 9:32 AM
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Ian/B from Ian/S I have read the story and find it to be a touching tribute to man's ignorance. We too, are guilty of tampering with nature in the mistaken belief that we can do what we want in our own interests and ignore the consequences. I am no 'tree hugger' but I worry about the destruction More...
06/Apr/07 10:41 AM
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Ian,
Your wonderful photo did make a great jigsaw! Thanks.
We are snowed in here in Kansas. I'm afraid I'm going to lose roses and maybe even some young trees. We were at 80 degrees last week and we're at freezing right now, expecting to get down to 22 before this is over. The snow is a More...
06/Apr/07 11:26 AM
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Yes, in general I agree. On the other hand, remember the words of Dave Barry: ''Nature is anything you'd kill if it got into the house,'' and the quote that ''The entire history of civilization is but a chronicle of man's struggle against nature.'' Melaleuca may have been a mistake, chemotherapy wasn't.

06/Apr/07 12:03 PM
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Looks like someone was barking up the wrong tree...Or is it time to disembark...
06/Apr/07 12:11 PM
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4:35; slow today, was begining to growl when I saw the bark!
06/Apr/07 12:21 PM
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Ian/B, I like your philosophy.

Blackie, shrudi - groan!
06/Apr/07 1:39 PM
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My guess is that the photographer doesn't know either
06/Apr/07 1:52 PM
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I'm looking and looking and I still cant see the paperbark. I would have guessed cliff face and I cant see passed that at the moment. I could possit something philosophical about that...
06/Apr/07 2:10 PM
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Rose, I can assure you that it is the photo of the bark of a tree - a paperbark. As I said earlier, I tilted the camera 45º to the left to make it more of a challenge.
06/Apr/07 3:26 PM
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Or even 45º to the right?
06/Apr/07 4:44 PM
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