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Linseed oil thickened in the sun

Only for spectators with strong nerves. This is what the ‘undercarriage’ foam with the crap looks like at the end of a sunny day.
The nineteenth day of thickening linseed oil in the sun.
The sun separates the “sebaceous substances” between the linseed oil layer and the water. (Max Doerner calls this nastiness)
The bark, which cannot find a place for itself in either water or oil, is clearly beginning to take on the consistency of a third layer.

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