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Archive for September 9th, 2011

Clinging

 

Moss streams down the side of an escarpment back-boning its way

through a Carolinian forest. The moss buffers the rock from the elements:

sun, wind, rain, ice – all intent on wearing it down grain by grain.

Ironically, the price for this protection is another form of deterioration

from the grip of the moss. The more the moss bonds with its host,

the more damage it does with its clinging nature.

 

 

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