Midcoast Lens: Wood

Feb 23, 2013
Photo by: Bane Okholm Moss grows on a tree on Sea Street in Camden Jan. 31.

Multiple sources of wood could be found in and around Camden's Harbor Park Jan. 31.

Moss grows on a Sea Street tree Jan. 31. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
Tree rings line shingles on an Atlantic Avenue building in Camden Jan. 31. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
Lichen encircles a twig in Camden's Harbor Park Jan. 31. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
Lichens grow on a memorial bench in Camden's Harbor Park Jan. 31. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
A carved name accompanies a metal bolt on a birch tree in Camden's Harbor Park Jan. 31. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
The arm rest of a memorial bench in Camden's Harbor Park is home to sprouting lichens and moss Jan. 31. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
Lichen grows on a memorial bench in Camden's Harbor Park Jan. 31. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
A splintered branch lies across wooden steps adjacent to Camden's Harbor Park Jan. 31. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
Bark runs in multiple directions on a tree adjacent to Camden's Harbor Park Jan. 31. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
A telephone pole sprouts from the asphalt on Atlantic Avenue in Camden Jan. 31. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
Comments (1)
Posted by: Jeff Grinnell | Feb 24, 2013 20:18

Bane I truely hope you take your portflio someday and publish a book. You capture Knox county in a way that is unique and outstanding.



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