Tuesdays of Texture: Moss

This moss-covered stone can be found in the grounds of the impressisive Chateau du Meillant, in central France.

Tuesdays of Texture: Moss

Tuesdays of Texture: Gnarled

It’s too early in the year to be able to say for sure what exactly this moss-covered tree (bush?) is, but it’s espaliered against part of the old ramparts of the town of Confolens – and obviously has been for some time:

gnarled

Tuesdays of Texture

Tuesdays of Texture: Moss

I found this moss growing on a tree in the Beecraigs Country Park near Linlithgow in central Scotland. The texture (and colour) of the tree bark is also interesting.

moss-on-tree

Tuesdays of Texture

Mundane? The Gatepost

It’s only an old gatepost – from a little further along the road that runs through our hamlet – but there’s a lot going on with it.

moss

Mundane Mondays

Weekly Photo Challenge: Enveloped

Two envelopings for the price of one here: moss envelopes the stone of a bridge across the ditch just up the road from here at Tranquility Base, while snow envelops the undergrowth next to it.

Enveloped

Weekly Photo Challenge: Enveloped.

Winter Walk

It’s been pleasantly, if unseasonably, warm and sunny lately here at Tranquility Base: perfect weather for a walk along the quiet local roads.

The road to St Barbant

The hedgerows are full of both life and death:

Some more images: