This reminded me of one of those paintings where if you look closely, it is all made up of animals in various shapes and shades--Funny but it is, but the animals are in the form of fossils inside the rocks--Spray painted on the opposite side is "Robbie W loves Sue Malank"--I remember that as being something someone spray painted on a bridge overpass that we would go past when I was a kid--I wonder what ever happened to them? Did Sue Malank become Mrs. Robbie "W"? Did she even know of Robbie's love? Guess I don't want to know.........Jj
These groupings of boulders have Vermillion or Chartruese mosses growing on them along with the black/brown mosses. From a distance, you'd swear they'd been tagged. Up close, the mosses are velvety patches in free form. Since there are always reasons for Nature's pallette, I wonder who/what these colors are designed to attract or dissuade? Vermillion in autumn leaves repels parasites, colorful spring wildflowers attract pollinators, etc. Yes, Jj, this one does have a changeability about it. I see shapes too that later on, appear differently.
What would one call a worshiper of boulders?If there is not a name then I will adopt the veri word which is innetriu.
Ok, I.m stumped, where does that word come from and what does it mean? It has a lovely syllabic flow. In a Tree, You.
ha ha, big smile
this is incredible. masterful.
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