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Here is my first natural fork.

It"s form was somewhat peculiar, I didn't know what to expect, so of course, I just had to see what it would amount to. It came from a dead Dogwood tree in my back yard that hadn't fallen yet. .

It looks unbalanced but I put small discrete marks on the top of each fork equidistant from the center. It shoots dead on. Dead on, as long as I am dead on.

Interesting how some cattys seem to look a tad better in person, than in photos. I think it is still interesting.

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The thing I love is that each and every natural fork has a distinque uglyness beauty all of it's own that make each one unique , based on it's faults, cracks, and knots ! I love em all !
 
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