Dunsyre: Wild Hawthorn Press, 1972
5.4 x 17.6cm, 6pp (single paper sheet printed one side only), the image is a b/w photograph by Dianne Tammes of a tree branch above a stream over laid with the title words – BLUE/WATERS/BARK. “Blue water” is a term usually used to mean deep ocean but here the water is shallow. The addition of the word bark indicates “surface” – hence a shallow stream is the “bark/surface” of a deeper sea. VG+.

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