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Photographer's Note

In yesterday's posting of trees regrowing after the fires the trees shown had hard rough bark that doesn't shed.
Today's 3 photos are from a different eucalypt species, one with smooth bark. These trees shed the burnt bark. You can see great sheets of barking peeling off the tree in the main photo. In one of the workshop photos you can see the pile of old bark around the base of the tree.
New growth on these trees isn't as red and soon turns green.

All 3 are best viewed in the large versions.

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