Baobab Tree

The solution to yesterday’s “What’s this?“. It is the bark of the Sunland Baobab, the largest baobab tree in the world, located near Tzaneen. It is estimated that this tree is approximately 6000 years old. The inside of the tree has hollowed out due to its age and has been converted into a tree bar!

ISO 800 \\ 50mm \\ f3.5 \\ 1/3200sec

It is so big that even at 18mm I was unable to fit it in!

ISO 400 \\ 18mm \\ f3.5 \\ 1/800sec

 

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