Moss & Fern of the Pacific Northwest – up close and personal

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3rd week of November’s Art Every Day and also in NaBloPoMo

November 18th

Day #18 of AEDM and NaBloPoMo – and their writing prompt for today is: What’s the dumbest thing you and a partner have ever fought about?

Truth be told, we don’t fight a whole lot. Sometimes I wished we had longer discussions, but pretty much as soon as we realize that we don’t agree, we agree to disagree. So to speak. That, of course, means that sooner or later the same disagreement (we agreed upon) usually pops up again. And there’s not much more to this topic.

So, on with more fun stuff, like some more Pacific Northwest photos – shall we?

This time I want to share with you something that most of you have probably seen many times in several tv shows. Think of a dark and gloomy forest. You’re walking on a soft cushioned path, or not. The ground is covered in green, and so are the trees. The sun only hits small spots and the light seems magical. Yes, for today I selected a very green topic.

Have a close up look at moss & fern in the Pacific Northwest in the gallery below. There are also two videos of the Nooksack Falls. I wanted to share them with yesterday’s photos, however it took a moment to figure out how to embed the video in my new(ish) WordPress theme. So, here they are – 13 seconds in real time and about 1 minute of slow mo.I hope you will enjoy the waterfall photos, gallery below, of the Pacific Northwest.




If I have time I will be linking with one or more of the fine people in this collection – check them out!

Photo Series of the Pacific North West

Moss & Fern – taken with my DSLR or iPhone and edited in LR

10 thoughts on “Moss & Fern of the Pacific Northwest – up close and personal”

  1. Love moss. I try to cultivate the ground moss in my own yard. I was quite surprised to see the hanging moss where you are. Thought it was a tropical thing, down south, etc. You mentioned rainforest in another post. Guess I have some reading to to! Thanks Claudia, loves your pics.

  2. You really painted the scene so I felt like I was there!! You’re a writer my friend! 🙂
    I love all that moss… oh my gosh I wish I had something interesting like that around here to photoshoot. I’m getting rather bored with my immediate surroundings — that trip North did come at a busy time, but it was nice to take pictures of a different landscape. And nothing soothes me like rushing water (ha – my WW post will be the same theme) and I just love it in slow motion.


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