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32. Moss


Moss is so lovely and at its best in the rainforest I think.  This is at the Cathedral of Ferns at Mount Wilson.

Perhaps this post should have been fireworks given that it is New Year's Eve, but I don't actually have any photos of fireworks.

Happy New Year every one!!

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  1. This is fabulous! Happy New Year, Joan Elizabeth.

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  2. I much prefer moss to fireworks, Joan. The best moss I have seen is on the King Billy pines near the Cradle Mountain Lodge, Tasmania.

    May 2015 be kind to you.

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    1. I have been cradle mountain and have only a vague recollection of the forests .... it was before I was a photographer which makes all the difference.

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