On a camping trip to Western Victoria some years ago, I came across a tree that had a most remarkable feature. While I have seen this response from these types of trees many times, never quite so beautifully immortalised!
The drips were quite solid, so it had been like this for quite a while. But they were crystal clear, no dust had settled or stuck while the resin was wet or as it had dried.
I was intrigued by the way the bottom drop never quite let go and the one on the right seemed to be defying gravity as it hardened!
Anyone want to have a guess as to the type of tree and the reason for the drips? What about a suggestion as to why the drop on the right is not falling down, but across?!