Those do look like little stars! Moss is so interesting... there is some near where I live that I've been trying to figure out how to best capture. I have to keep working on it! Can't wait to see what my writing inspired for your post for tomorrow! Thanks for the comments and compliments Chad. They are much appreciated!
Just read your other comment. After I hit "post" on my previous I noticed that I missed your prior post and figured that this is what you were referring too! Sorry! I really do like those little stars on that moss. I haven't seen any like that here. Hope you have a safe trip. Can't imagine why your wives don't want to sit in the car and wait while you and Scott click away! LOL Enjoy your time...
Chad, how can you make moss look so stunning? This is such a beautiful photo. I am amazed by the amount of people here on blogger who have such an amazing gift of capturing photos. I am learning from the best of the best, thank you for your perspectives and inspirational photos.
I love moss, Chad, and encourage its growth both here and at our cottage up north. Keep that camera near :)
That is really interesting. Green indeed.
The moss looks moist and healthy, good close up shot of nature.
Hi there Chad, nice to meet you. Thanks for stopping by at my blog and leaving those nice and wonderful words.I'm stunned with all the beauty I find here. Man you're good. Love the doggies too. Got myself a real big one too (it's a Vizsla, ever heard of it?).Well anyway I read you and Scott are leaving for Yellowstone...gosh I'm jealous. Please do take one special photo just for me will you? If only I could come along. Oh well I'll have to wait another year before I can put my backpack on again and leave for Seattle and Canada. So maybe we'll meet next year. Who knows.Have fun and say hi to Scott for me.Bye Dagmar
Wonderful detail and colour in this Chad.
The star-shaped moss, the green against the red...so interesting!