Posted by: Kate | February 1, 2010

Mossy Trees

Went for a walk this week-end as the rain stopped. The sun didn’t show up but the sky was certainly a lot brighter! For more pictures of the walk you can check out the family blog over at West Coast Bloggers, but I thought I’d share with you these pictures of mossy trees. It really shows what a rain forest we live in. It always makes me think of the stories of moss dripping out of trees in Louisiana. Of course, these aren’t magnolia trees but extremely big and tall evergreens for the most part, with the occasional maple tree covered as well.


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  1. amazing!
    i am loving all the mossy trees you’re sharing over here!
    if you don’t mind i want to steal that first picture and use it as my desktop wallpaper for a while, it just makes me so happy, all that gorgeous dripping moss!!

  2. Fantastic Kate! I agree with melissa, these pics make me “so happy”! The first thing that popped in my head was, “I’ve got to paint this.” The longer I live, the more I realize how much I’m in love with the rain forest. This is so beautiful, thank you for sharing with us :)

  3. Great photos! We are so lucky living here, aren’t we. Looking out at the drizzle I’m thinking this is just fine with me. It’s mild, lots of green, bulbs coming up, buds on trees, spring is on its way. What more could one ask for?

  4. I love the Pacific Northwest. And your photos of it!


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