Saturday, January 3, 2009

Moss Thriving

Church Street Bridge
Over Pringle Creek & Shelton Ditch
Salem, OR

10 comments:

washaw said...

The moss green is beautiful against the old stone.

Al said...

The moss seems to be doing better than ever in my neck of the woods too. Does lots of snow contribute to more moss? I didn't think so but that's what seems to be happening.

Great picture.

Hilda said...

Oh my gosh, I love moss! This is just beautiful!

mkhansen said...

I would think Oregon would be a moss-lover's paradise. Wonderful photo -- I like the two green lines converging in the distance. The moss really plays up the details, as well.

Ken Mac said...

that is beautiful. It must be nice to live in a place where things are left alone

Ackworth born said...

we've got lots of moss on all our paths - it looks lovely - not sure if it is healthy for the walls though.

marites1034 said...

interesting pictures you got here:) i just love how the moss covered the structure..it looks beautiful and the color is just good to the eye.

Joy said...

I like the perspective. Makes the subject really interesting.

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Marie-Noyale said...

I love moss and this composition is superb!

joan said...

Lovely! We don't get moss like that in the south.