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Tag Archives: lichen
Weekly Photo Challenge: FAVORITES
The theme of this week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is FAVORITES. We have been asked to share our favorite photos from 2017. Here are the two that received the most likes and comments from you kind readers during the year: … Continue reading
Posted in Nature, Photo Challenge, Weekly Photo Challenge Tagged black snake, lichen 17 Comments
Weekly Photo Challenge: TEXTURES
The theme of this week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is TEXTURES. I saw this old fence up in the mountains of North Carolina. I think it does a good job of demonstrating the different textures of three varieties of lichens … Continue reading
Posted in Nature, Photo Challenge, Weekly Photo Challenge Tagged lichen, weathered wood 15 Comments
Weekly Photo Challenge: TIME
The theme of this week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is TIME. What could be more illustrative of time than a stone, millions of years old, encrusted with lichen, and showing signs of slowly splitting? How many more millions of years … Continue reading
Posted in Nature, Weekly Photo Challenge Tagged lichen, stones 21 Comments
Wordless Wednesday: Did This Grow Overnight?
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Another Weekend in the Mountains
Last weekend in the mountains of North Carolina I spent a delightful afternoon walking back woods roads and following a rushing stream. The streams in the area were running strong after a series of heavy rains. In poking around the woods I came across … Continue reading