That is so pretty! So many different kinds. I like the moss that grows on rocks better than the moss that grows in our front yard.
i like it!
Love it~ I enlarged and there is so much detail there, each one is different and living side by side, moss and lichen and whatever it is all called. LOVE the big ROCK
Hello, very pretty. Nature is grand! Happy Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!
That's a lot of moss. That stone is definitely not rolling.
A silent example to the rest of us.
I love how you see beauty all around you.Have a nice week Gail.
An artist couldn't have done better. Oh that's right. Mom Nature is an artist.
It's a pity we humans can't follow suit!Lynne x
So true. We can certainly learn a lot from nature!
I love rocks and when they are dressed up like this one, I like them even better. Just gorgeous.
Rocks are good subjects, even without the moss!
I believe that God uses nature to guide us. You are paying attention, as should we all.
If only humans remember that.
Lovely photo, Gail. Blessings to you all. ♥
Except parasites (and things that act in a similar fashion like mold) who always want more out of the relationship.
Indeed . . . easily too!
So many different kinds.Great photoAll the best Jan
Wish human life could do as well!=)
Beautiful and enigmatic! Having a magnifying glass might lead to all sorts of discoveries.
What these life forms know without considering it, is that there is beauty, harmony, and safety in coming together to share a space. Why can't we all coexist perfectly like this?
Post a Comment