Notes from the field, essays, and observations.
A late winter image from a few weeks ago, taken while I waited for spring to come. The background is pincushion moss:
Spring is beginning early here – it’s leafing out and flowers are beginning to bloom.
Very cool – great shot!
Thanks for the kind words!
I can’t remember if I commented on this on NSN, but even if I did I will again. I love this image, Tom. I’m surprised it hasn’t got more compliments, but I think it’s great.
Thanks, Steve. This one isn’t going to appeal to everyone, so I appreciate your commenting – I couldn’t resist the luminosity of the lichen.
I’m really fascinated with the pincushion moss! I think a few closeups of that plant could make for interesting texture/chiaroscuro images; at least, that’s what I see in my mind. The lichen’s good too….
Thanks! I’ve done some abstracts just of pincushion moss – it’s more attractive when it’s all green than this wintry, dry phase.
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