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I especially like the second photo. There’s nothing like little green islands floating down a tree trunk!
Thank you! Tropical islands of course
Moss is magical! Great photos. 🙂
Beautiful. 🙂 This post makes me breathe.
Thank you so much for that thought. I’ve just been staring at these beautiful photographs from the International Garden Photographer of the Year competition and was think the same thing about some of the winning entries:- https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/in-pictures-60111369
Thank you for the link. 🙂 Glorious.
Up close moss is like a magical mini world of its own!
Exactly! And an exotic one at that, with all those minarets and towers
Lovely fresh colours. And so tactile…. lovely photos. 😃
Thank you Cathy. Yes, it is another of those things I can’t resist stroking. Shame it is usually wet though 😉
Fascinating pictures, and an interesting subject about which I know very little. xx
Thanks. In spite of owning the Roger Philips book on the subject, neither do I!