Feb 072018
 

  23 Responses to “E Is For East”

  1. The trees look like they’re hoping to hitch a ride. 🙂

    • See all that moss? Did you know many years ago people gathered moss off of trees and sold to people who made pillow cases and stuffed them with the moss? My husband’s grandfather owned a farm, but he also gathered moss.

  2. Wow, I’m amazed at all that moss.

  3. Wonderful photo, Vicki! And I learned something about moss, too, today.

  4. that is one way to turn… of many

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  5. The tree looks incredible dressed in moss. A lovely photo, Vicki.

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  7. Drivers probably need to slow down there! Hope they do.

  8. I love that Spanish moss. So interesting and photogenic!

  9. wow. love that old, mossy tree with a lot of charm 🙂

  10. The moss looks wonderful.

  11. I’m sure this particular configuration is common across the land, but there’s a place in Ocala which looks eerily similar. Is there an old abandoned house off to the right? Is it in back of Fore Ranch?

    I really don’t care, but the photo gods want to know. 🙂 Thanks for your comments, Vickie; they are always appreciated!

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