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July 05, 2008


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Your photos of the moss mini-ecosystems are simply gorgeous--I've never seen so many different kinds of moss growing in such a small area. The forest must be really moist and cool. The misty quality of the photos looks very primeval and reminds me that these types of plants were the earlier to evolve. I love it that lichens are symbiotics partnerships between a fungus and an algae and/or bacteria. Each part looks quite different from the structure that they create together. Quite a nice metaphor!

I love your new snail friends, who will keep you company throughout the year.


I am in love with your photos from the last few posts. Absolutely gorgeous. I am a freak for moss and lichens. You have captured their magic! Thanks for sharing them!


I love the little snails!


I'm on a Blog trail and found yours. I love the ferns and mosses article - the pictures are stunning
xx chris

Elsita :)

Oh Margie! You can make a whole book with all your beautiful photographs. The ones in this post are so beautiful. I wish that I could see these natural beauties in person. The last time I saw something similar was near the rivers where I went to swim in Cuba. OH!!! You would love those rivers! I also want to say thank you for the two great links to Flickr! And also the little snails are so adorable! Maybe the real ones would see them as toys :)
Elsita :)

Kudzu Fire

lovely. very creative!

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moss kills lawns.
sphagnum moss also carries germs harmful to humans.

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