Buffy and I rounded the corner of the creek on Eagle Mountain.
All the drab colors of winter made the green moss on the bases of several trees stand out.
This was the first one I came to, and it had the most dramatic root system.
Frost dulled the green in the shaded area of the moss.
Velvet tree apron moss grows on rocks, the bases of trees and decaying wood.
It’s appearance changes when it dries. This was higher on the same tree.
This arrangement just begged to be photographed.