Green is the main color in the Pacific Northwest. With rainfall running from 20 inches a year to over 53 inches - and a record in 1931 of 183 inches in some areas, we have a lot of moss. It softens and beautifies objects. It adds character and it keeps a large part of Western Washings a lovely shade of green in the winter (along with the evergreen trees). Washington is, afterall, The Evergreen State.
There is moss on the trees.
Moss on a rock
Are these trees with moss going for a walk? Or is this an elephant?
Leaves on moss on rocks.
Old cabins with moss on the roof and blackberries smothering them.
Faces - with "Fro" hairdos - dude!
Moss on barns.
Moss on rocks in the river.
Moss climbing a tree.
Moss on old cars.
Moss with ferns growing in it. Can you see the "crow"?
Moss on bridges.
Moss on forgotten fences in the woods.
Moss and ferns
Who is that mossy face?
Moss and fungi on fallen trees.
Moss in the park, on the tree.
Soft Moss creatures everywhere.