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A couple of weeks ago, I shared a few photos of pine tree sap from up close. Here are a few more photos to add to the collection. I hope you enjoy them.
Those shots are amazing, but I won’t tell you what that dripping sap reminds me of. The side effect of having teenage boys… 😉
Haha, I’ll let you keep those thoughts to yourself! One thing I can tell you is, that sap is a burial site for insects. You wouldn’t believe the number of ants and spiders permanently trapped in there. If it weren’t so sticky, I’d surround my house with it.
What great captures!!
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Thank you very much!
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Thank you very much! It was fun to photograph.
I LOVE them! And I love the lighting, too. You’ve encouraged me to go to some pine woods and try for myself!
Thank you! I’ve never paid close attention to tree sap before but it can form some very neat shapes and crystals. The challenge is to find some sap that doesn’t contain tons of insects stuck in it.