The secret life of moss

by Steve Brock on February 29, 2012

Travel makes you more aware of the things you stop noticing at home.

So, rather than waiting for my next trip, I wanted to start practicing paying better attention to what’s around me daily. Living in the wet Pacific Northwest, one thing I see virtually every day but rarely notice is moss. It’s like a wet, spongy weed here.

Moss, lichen and similar green growing things have their own unique beauty like tropical or primeval forests on a minature scale…if you pay attention and get close enough to notice.

That’s exactly what I’m starting to do and here are some of the results. I’ll keep updating this over time, so be sure to check back for more.

 

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