Interesting pictures, Tom. I like that log in the last picture. It does look a little like a bull with his horns!!!!Betsy
Nature is such a beautiful thing. Thank God there are people like you and me who love to capture in Photography to share with others. I like the 2nd picture best.
Fg, interesting pictures..love to find texture and patterns in pictures..love the pic of your boat (next post down) with all the snow all over it..spring is around the corner!! hard to believe..huh??
The trimmed branch looks very interesting now. This is a cool type of tree!
The close up on the trees were nice macros! And I do love that floating log as part of your landscaping!
Hi Tom- I think you have photographed lichens, which are symbiotic organisms- part fungus and part algae. They are really fascinating. Check out my friend Jim's post, which includes video, about lichens!http://jimmccormac.blogspot.com/2008/12/lichens-alive.htmlTom
Tom, very interesting photos. Who knew the buckeye tree could be so interesting?
Such unique pictures.If one takes the time to look even the bark of a tree can be beautiful. Blessings,Ruth
Love the texture of the lichens!I like the old log - I personally think they add interest to a flower bed.
I saw the horns before I got to where you said it. Cool!
Very interesting pictures, Fishing Guy. It's clever to dwell on things that generally we do not mind about.
I really like your moss and lichen Tom. I have one on polyspors (similar to lichen) sheduled soon. It has been interesting learning the difference between these.
Oh wow, completely fascinating to read and to see such interesting photos about... very nice indeed!
kewl snaps!! great colors
Great photographs! Makes it worthwhile to really stop and look at the ordinary things!
Very artistic photos of the lichen, moss, and cut branch. Amazing how pretty and intricate they are close up. I like the addition of the "bull" log to your flower bed too.
Wow! All very interesting shots. I'm glad you noticed and pointed out things to us that we may not necessarily look at. Very cool.Paz
When I was a little girl in Indiana we would get dad to make us rings out of Buckeye's
These are neat! The white looks like little leaves spreading over the bark.
Great post and awesome photo's!!Take care
You're right, that log does look like a bull with horns. Very interesting, I would have captured it too.
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Great series with unique images. Blue Skies.
Great close up shots. I love your Bull log and bull frog too!
Great shots of the fungus. Who would think it would be so interesting but it is?:-)
You take such interesting pictures! I agree that the log looks like a bull. How neat!
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