Weathered growth rings in a horizontal cross section cut through an tree felled around AD 1111 used for the western building complex at Aztec Ruins National Monument, San Juan County, New Mexico, USA. There is the cross section cut of the tree located in the outer wall of the building.
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This image has been digitally filtered to reduce blurring. This effect is more noticeable the larger the image is.
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