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Now that we know what it is, the question is, will it make a bow? I'm curious to know!

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think i read some place that Gum (Eucalyptus) are not very good bow woods.

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Amazing colors
Terry where did you take these pictures ?

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easy...its a camo diamondwood tree
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What kind of camo would you have to wear to blend in with that tree? Tie Dyed maybe. Chad


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That pic was taken in Hawaii....yes, it almost doesn't look real....but it is.

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I thought it was a dead, barkless tree that some camo fanatic painted. From the shape of the tree and branches, and nearby leaves of another tree, I quessed walnut.

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Interesting! Might make some thin veneers and put them under clear glass.

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Isn't that one of those new colored dymondwood trees?


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Well I be darned! And there I thought it was the work of some very tall psychedelicized retro hippie getting rid of his leftover scraps of many-colored paints! You just can't beat nature in any way, especially including truth and beauty. Now that's a tree I would hug!
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