Wearing of the Green

When I visited Wells Reserve at Laudholm in late January and again just last week, I noticed the different greens and took photos to share today with you. What a different world it was only eight days ago.

 

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green furry lichen
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soft green moss along a stream
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grey-grey lichen on a tree trunk
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fruiting lichen
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yellow-green long leafy moss
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orange-green slate-like stone on beach
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mossy logs and evergreen trees
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mosses on branch with icy snow
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haircap moss peeking through snow, plus pine needles
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green mossy trail

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Hope you’re enjoying St. Patrick’s Day whether alone or with others today.  Here’s an Irish blessing (or so the internet says) for today:

May you always have walls for the winds,
A roof for the rain, tea beside the fire,
Laughter to cheer you, those you love near you,
And all your heart might desire.

 

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