where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
March 20, 2016 § 13 Comments
the moon lands
in the door yard
Tagged: abstract, celestial structures, door yard, garden, lichen, macro, moon landing, science and nature, space tourism, space travel
Something about lichen! I’m fascinated by it. Is the rock base granite?
What a nice combination. The rock looks almost volcanic. The lichen seems to approve.
I’m liking the lichen!
that’s more realistic
than my cheese
Their own little cities….
Biodiversity in a few square centimeters … I always thinked that also some sf paintings of Karel Thole are about lichens!
Perfect! I’ll tweet this for you. 🙂
Oh yes! Nothing better than a walk through your images of plant life! This one is special!
Thank you so much for your kind words. So glad you enjoy visiting. _/\_
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