Focusing on wood and its materialization of time

to Lex Pott’s window

Edward Schulman (left) discusses the rings of a giant seqouia sample with a colleague at the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research. Courtesy of Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, The University of Arizona.


Anatomy of a red oak. The appearance of the tree with bark when it was: 8 years old (A), 10 years old (B), 12 years old (C) and 22 years old (D).


Redwood bark. Courtesy of the National Park Service.