Congratulations to you, Baz, on your majestic photograph of the morning sun. Truly inspirational for our banner.
I like the theme of wood; I live in on a wooded lot and the trees seem alive to me and wood seems like an almost sacred thing.
My husband made this for the birds, but squirrels moved in and ate the perch and made other modifications.
New growth from an old Norfolk pine in Florida.
Also from Florida, an old chair, no longer usable without some work, in the shade of a palm tree.
This is major wood. My neighbor came to me about this 180-year-old red oak which spread out over our property line. Heavy limbs grew over his house and he called an arborist because it was leaning. The arborist found evidence of root rot and predicted the tree could fall over, so, sadly, we had it cut down. Sure enough the core was hollow and I could get my arm into it at least this far. Probably farther, but it was difficult to hold the camera up and shoot with one arm while the other was in the tree. Plus it was a little scary. The stump here is under a meter high and I could get my arm all the way in and still not touch bottom.