moss is so cool...took my sons on a hike by the river and we were looking at different variations in it along the rock walls...
That is indeed some scenic moss.
Our Speckly Woo adores the touch of moss.
Me, too, Martin...
I love the fecundity of moss.
Kass, I love the word "fecundity"...jotting it down in my little notebook...
Moss is the state flower here in Oregon. Not really, but it should be.
I adore moss, we have a lot of it on our riverbank and on rocks. I always say I prefer it to grass and you don't have to mow it.Fecundity, I love that too......
i love moss also. to grow some you water it with buttermilk i think. in Japan moss gardens are created on purpose.
oh, moss.I so love moss.that photo is astounding and with the words..pure bliss
What a photo!
I admire how you isolated the moss on the roof as the sole subject, with its glowing green life color and the interesting shape it has taken.Always great and inspiring work from you.
looks comfy up there on that roof :)
Thanks, Gary...coming from a talented photographer, such as yourself, that means so much...
hello tess, i'm here from suki's, knowing you are poet and a lover of words (me too!)i have moss inbetween the bricks of my walkway and every year they look deeper and more colorful. this photo is beautiful.♥kj
Hi kj...nice to meet you...I adore Suki...
What a strange picture. But it's beautiful.
Do you know how much we paid to get the moss OFF our roof?! I'm not ready for it to come back yet. But it does look nice elsewhere...
T, this moss was growing on the roof of shed on an abandoned farm...I thought it was exceptionally beautiful...
Beautiful Photo Tess! The Ogre's blanket and The Cunning Moss by Dickinson popped into my head, so verdant and lush.Cheers!
I believe in moss, too (also Mr. Merwin--and you). Gorgeous photo; looks like you could sink your hands into it...Thank you.
People (in England) throw their hands up in horror when they find moss growing on the lawns. My people once had a whole lawn of moss; it was spectacular!
Oh, Tess, I love moss. I use it this time of year to adorn my homemade birch bark Christmas ornaments. I fashion small structures from the bark and use mosses to make the roofs. Thanks for showing the world the beauty of the green! Great addition to Merwin's poem.
Moss and velour have always intrigued me, the poetry of fabric and humid climates. Last week, NPR had an interesting piece on how ferns in a home bring out the nurturing instinct that makes a house a home.
What a wonderful photo!
Truly delightful ... I have now a very big and wide smile upon my face.
Inject a few raisins of conversation into the tasteless dough of existence. ― O. Henry (and me)