Nature's Graffiti

Challenge #176 in the Life in the Natural World series. Hosted by RuthC.
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Before humans left their marks on walls and buildings, nature was already demonstrating graffiti in interesting places. Show us some examples of this. It may be carvings by beetles under tree bark, snail trails, leaves with wandering paths beneath their surfaces caused by tiny insects, tidal marks in the beach sand... Please, no graffiti or markings made by humans or domestic pets, and minimal evidence of man or man-made structures. Macro and close-ups welcome. Size of entry: 1,600 pixels on the longer side.
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Melody of the ocean
Wall Art
Haleakala Crata, Maui, Hawaii
Nature own grafitti....
Graffiti courtesy of Longhorn Beetle larvae
Kyzyl-Chin
Thermal spring
The stream of life
Anole on a Slug's trail
Sand ripple marks
iran
Eaten Wood
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Grafifiti in a Tall Tree
Scribbles in a Leaf
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