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Creative bark photographs

2014-01-20 11:19:01



A bark photo from Zhu Jin.

Have you ever closely watched the bark of any tree and has it ever come to you that it can be an unimaginable piece of art?

In the works of Zhu Jin, deputy mayor of Nantong, the bark resembles roaring Yellow River, peaceful and shining lakes or valleys. They either take the form of traditional Chinese landscape painting or woodcut.

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