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aurelius
Very nice, especially the block of wood.
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quagga
On a recent joint GA / HDGS field trip to Hastings.  These Onychiopsis psilotoides were pointed out to us:
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I also found what I initially thought was a lump of drift wood, but is in fact a piece of fossilised conifer log.  I decided to cut it  to display the growth rings more clearly.
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close up of growth rings:
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Al
Time is nature's way of stopping everything happening at once.
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