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moss
Oregon
Pacific Northwest
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Janet Brien
Rogue Gorge


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Spikey Moss

Spikey Moss
This is another kind of moss I saw on our walk today at the Rogue Gorge, and I just love how spikey it appears! This tiny frond of moss is only about 1/3" tall! :D

Eunice Perkins, RHH, Boarischa Krautmo, tapaculo99 have particularly liked this photo


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 Cathlon
Cathlon
Super macro capture and again a super link to the previous photo! Well done!

"Another Link in the Chain"
6 years ago.
 Boarischa Krautmo
Boarischa Krautmo club
wonderful!
4 months ago.
 RHH
RHH club
Now that is macro photography at its best! What an amazing shot and not only the wonderful moss but the composition as well. Love that corner to corner line and the waterdrop which draws the eye to the main part of the photo. Just simply wonderful.

It looks like we have a pair of Western Bluebirds taking up residence. They were there most of the morning investigating the box and chasing the Sparrows away. Just as soon as they arrived the Sparrows decided they wanted the box, but nothing doing!

We have three Nuthatches coming to the feeders, Pygmy, Red-breasted and White-breasted, and they are all charmers. They come to the feeder right outside the kitchen window and throw seeds around until they find the one they want.

It's another beautiful day here, sunny and warmer though still with a bit of chill in the air. The temps are supposed to drop into the teens tomorrow, however, and there is snow in the forecast as well. Don't know if I can deal with more winter now.

As to politics we are mostly apolitical and I am so tired of the circus and the lies that I probably won't even vote. Didn't the last couple of years either. I guess my attitude is pretty much, "A plague on all their houses." Trouble is, their doing affect us.

We've not had any pets since Neal was bitten by the dog. Have had rabbits, parakeets, finches, hamsters, guinea pigs, cats, dogs, but he just doesn't know his own strength, though he often talks about getting a cat (wouldn't be allowed at his facility, though).

Made more sourdough crackers but still haven't gotten to the bread. The starter is not doing what it should and I'm still working with it. The crackers are a hit, however! Was going to get some this morning and something or someone had eaten them all!

This virus thing is getting big, though I still think a lot of it is overblown. The residents at Neal's place pretty much have to stay in their cottages now, though we can still take Neal out. Many of them are getting quite restive as a result.

Washington has pretty much shut down three counties, though that's on the other side of the state. We're not doing much by way of stocking up except for necessities like chocolate, coffee, chips and other such things that we can't possibly do without.

Guess that had better be it. I'm just rambling on.
3 months ago.
 Michel Cremoux
Michel Cremoux club
J'apprécie beaucoup la composition de cette photo et le piqué rendu sur la plante .
A trés bientot.
2 months ago.

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