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All the participants were given a section of a trunk of a pine tree - in Finnish kelo which is a pine tree which has died, sometimes hundreds of years ago, and remained standing on its natural location for years after that. The trunk has become silvery gray. Its wood has a very fine grain as trees grow slowly in the harsh climate above the polar circle. This same climate preserves the wood perfectly.