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Friday, July 20, 2012

Decorating nature on boulevard Saint-Germain in Paris

fig. 81: spectrumcirculitis on a London plane tree outside Paris' Faculté de Médecin.

fig. 80: one of the more tastefully turned out trees of Paris' boulevard Saint-Germain

fig. 79: occasionally, a tree will wear its grain on the outside.

fig. 78: some sections of bark succumb to garishitis, not too common on Paris' plane trees.

fig. 77: some trees highlight their fertility right on their trunks.

fig. 76: écailles des poisson syndrome on platanus x acerifolia

fig. 75: white stripes visit Paris.

fig. 74: A Paris plane tree sports the latest fashion.


joséphine said...

J'aime beaucoup votre travail!
Donner des couleurs à la ville met les citadins de bonne humeur :o)

psychelyn said...

These are wonderful indeed. It's very artistic idea. I guess it'll be great if there'll be a big group in different cities/countries who would be doing the same :)